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The Cistercian foundation at Conwy as it existed after it had relocated from Rhedynog Felen (late 12th c.) but before it moved to Maenan (1283).
See more Basingwerk AbbeyBasingwerk Abbey
Former Cistercian abbey, near Holywell, Flintshire.
See more Belach ConglaisBelach Conglais ... Baltinglass
Cistercian monastery founded in the 12th century.
See more Dublin, St. Mary's AbbeyDublin, St. Mary’s Abbey
Former Cistercian abbey, founded as a daughter-house of Savigny across the Liffey from Dublin in c.1139 (or later) .
See more LlanllŷrLlanllŷr ... Llanyre
The site of a Cistercian nunnery founded by Rhys ap Gruffydd; now the name of a village. Area: Sir Faesyfed/Radnorshire, Powys.
See more Mellifont AbbeyMainistir (Mór) Drochit Átha ... Mellifont Abbey
Cistercian monastery near current town of Drogheda.
See more Mainistir Chorchu ModhruadhMainistir Chorcu Modhruadh ... Corcomroe Abbey
Corcomroe Abbey, Corcu Modhruadh, Sancta Maria de Petra Fertili
This Cistercian abbey, called Sancta Maria de Petra Fertili ‘St Mary of the Fertile Rock’, is located in the north of the Burren, near (present-day) Ballyvaughan. It was probably founded in the late 12th century by its patron Domhnall Mór Ó Briain.
See more Boyle AbbeyMainistir na Buille ... Boyle Abbey
Mainistir na Buille
See more Margam AbbeyMargam Abbey
Historical Cistercian abbey founded by Robert, earl of Gloucester and lord of Glamorgan, and located in the modern village of Margam.
See more Tintern abbeyTintern abbey
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See more Tintern abbey [Co. Wexford]Tintern abbey ... Co. Wexford
See more Whitland AbbeyTŷ Gwyn ar Daf ... Whitland Abbey
Cistercian abbey on the river Taf, founded by Bernard, bishop of St David's (1115–1148).
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