Annaghdown Abbey

Part of Annaghdown Cathedral, showing former site of oriel window which was moved to nearby Protestant church in 1798.

Annaghdown Abbey (full title: the Abbey of St Mary de Portu Patrum)[1] is a ruined monastery in the townland of Annaghdown in County Galway, Ireland.[2] There are some remains of 12th century construction, but most of the ruins, including the cathedral, date from the 15th century. The ruins of Annaghdown Abbey are a National Monument.[3]

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