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Clondalkin Marker Stone

Clondalkin is situated on the banks of the River Camac. The place name comes from the Irish Cluain Do/cain meaning 'Dolcan's Meadow' or 'Meadow of Thorns'. As you will learn on your walk, Clondalkin has a rich history dating back to the sixth century. It was plundered by the Danes in 832 A.D. and was the site of a battle in 1014 between the Vikings and Brian Boru, the last High King of Ireland. Today it is a busy suburb of Dublin with lots to offer the culturally curious visitor. 

Round Rower
St. John's Church
Church Terrace
Old School House
Round Towers GAA Club
Church of the Immaculate Conception
Presentation Convent
St. Brigid's Well
Aras Chronain
Clondalkin Library
Tullys Castle
Mount Saint Joseph
13 Grand Canal
Corkagh Park
Camac Valley Caravan Park
1916 Commemorative Garden

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Cé muide? / Who are Clann Chrónáin?

Grúpa treoraithe deonacha muid a bunaíodh chun turasanna oidhreachta a chur ar fáil mar a thuairiscítear thíos.

Clann Chrónáin (which translates from the Irish language as ‘The Family of Chronain’) are a group of 45 volunteer tour guides trained by Abarta Heritage through an initiative of Clondalkin Round Tower Heritage Group .....

Tá súil againn go mbaineann tú sult as do chuairt orainn.

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