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Cahersiveen, County Kerry
Cahersiveen - Cathair Saidhbhín - Little Sadhbh's Stone Fort
Location of Cahersiveen
Cahersiveen Vllage is located in the south-west of Ireland in County Kerry. Nestled at the foot of Bentee overlooking Valentia Harbour.
History of Cahersiveen
Carhan House: Birthplace of Daniel "The Liberator" O'Connell (1775 - 1847) who won Catholic representation in Parliament in 1829.
O'Connell's Church: Built in 1888 as a memorial to Daniel "The Liberator" O'Connell and is the only church in Ireland named after a lay-person. Ballycarbery Castle: The ruins of a castle once held by O'Connell's ancestors. Cahergall Fort: A stone fort with 10 ft thick walls and clearly visible on the mountain slope. Leacanabuaile Fort: A carefully restored stone ring fort with occupation dating from the sixth to eighth centuary. Cuas Crom Beach: Known in the area for great swimming.
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