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Standing at a slope in a field behind a church, the Nurney Cross is made of granite and was probably used as a meeting point for religious ceremonies.
Among the many reasons to visit Carlow town are the numerous fine buildings including St. Patrick’s College, Carlow Courthouse and the VISUAL Arts Centre.
If you’re a fan of established local artists and emerging talent you’ll enjoy a visit to Made in Carlow where you can pick up beautiful and affordable objects.
Named after the Norman family of Hacket, Hacketstown is also the birthplace of the first woman judge in the United States.
Home to a period house, ancient beech trees, exquisitely maintained lawns and a river walk, Altamont Gardens is the perfect place to relax and rejuvenate.