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Atmospheric

Loved the place, atmospheric old traditions in Saint Monimas grave (think that's how it's spelt) if... read more

Reviewed 21 April 2017
Patricia50953
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Belfast, United Kingdom
Great historic location

Excellent historical cemetery with interesting grave stones. Great find and location in the Ring of... read more

Reviewed 20 April 2017
JohnCMason69
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Belfast, United Kingdom
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20 Apr 2017
“Atmospheric”
20 Apr 2017
“Great historic location”
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B113 road, Newry, Northern Ireland
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Reviewed 21 April 2017

Loved the place, atmospheric old traditions in Saint Monimas grave (think that's how it's spelt) if you like old cemeteries you'll like this.

Thank Patricia50953
Reviewed 20 April 2017

Excellent historical cemetery with interesting grave stones. Great find and location in the Ring of Gullion.

Thank JohnCMason69
Reviewed 28 August 2016

Really old monastic site set in the Heart of South Armagh. A real piece of Irish History (plus one single commonwealth grave from 1916). Well worth a visit.

Thank Derry B
Reviewed 5 January 2016

I go here a lot, very serene place pack ed full of history. There is a nice walk up to a well to, you can see the white cross through the trees from the graveyard.

Thank Corcreechy
Reviewed 18 November 2015

Worth a visit for anyone who is interested in local or national history. A really nice experience in the shadow of Slieve Gullion

1  Thank beni481
Reviewed 8 November 2015

Well worth a visit if you are into history and scenery .. St.Monicas grave is located here and an old ruined chapel built around 17th century

Thank Irishsquaw
Reviewed 20 August 2015

We had known of the Killevy Churches from some tourist maps we had obtained at our B&B, but stumbled upon them while taking a "short-cut" across a hill side while following signs to a cairn. We never did find the cairn, but the church ruins,...More

1  Thank dunadan
Reviewed 30 June 2015

Another must stop for me every time I am in the area (I have family there). I just love it because of how old it is and how different it looks every time I go. Plus, Bell Castle is right next door - and at...More

Thank PandaPAB
Reviewed 30 September 2014

A must on any tour- but as Killeavy is in a back water it is often overlooked. There are no tourist attraction there just the authentic 11th and 15th century churches built on the site of a monastery from the 6th century. The tourist noticeboards...More

Thank Scousemaid
Reviewed 10 January 2014

This site is very old and is a wonderful place to wander around and relax. It would be OK for kids, but not for long. They might get bored. For adults however, its great. It has no facilities and is a fair distance from any...More

Thank SteveE787
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