|Canon Island Abbey|
|Location:||Canon Island, County Clare, Ireland|
|National Monument of Ireland|
The abbey was founded in 1189 under the sponsorship of Donal Mór Ua Briain (Donald O'Brien), the king of Thomond. The ruins include a rectangular church measuring 26 meters long and 7 meters wide. Two chapels are accessible via the north wall. The kitchen and refectory are situated to the south of the cloister.
- DeBreffny, Brian & Mott, George (1976). The Churches and Abbeys of Ireland. London: Thames & Hudson. ISBN 0-500-24096-5.
- A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland by Samuel Lewis at Library Ireland
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