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Monasterboice

6th century monastery in County Louth, Ireland / From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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The Monasterboice (Irish: Mainistir Bhuithe) ruins are the remains of an early Christian monastic settlement in County Louth in Ireland, north of Drogheda. The ruins are a national monument of Ireland and also give their name to the local village.

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Monasterboice
Mainistir Bhuithe
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Round tower, high cross, church and gravestones at Monasterboice
Monasterboice is located in Ireland
Monasterboice
Location within Ireland
Monastery information
Established5th century
Disestablished1097
People
Founder(s)Saint Buithe (Saint Buithe mac Bronach)
Site
LocationCounty Louth, Ireland
Coordinates53°46′39.53″N 6°25′02.43″W
Public accessyes
Reference no.94[1]
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