Temple Hill - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
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About Temple Hill
Temple Hill is a mountain in the Galty Mountains, in County Limerick, Ireland. In the Bronze Age it was a place of worship. Temple Hill has an elevation of 566 metres. Temple Hill is situated north of Knocknascrow, west of Knockaterriff. It is a good trekking destination and also it attracts so many tourists by its climate and also its astonishing views.
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1.89km from Temple Hill
Lyracappul is a mountain in Limerick in Ireland. At a height of 825 metres it is the second highest of the Galtee Mountains and the 29th highest peak in Ireland. Lyracappul is the second highest point in County Limerick. A good trekking destination and also there are also so many things to see and do here.
4.11km from Temple Hill
Lough Curra is a lake in County Tipperary and has an elevation of 574 metres. It is one of the iconic attraction in this area and a good picnic destination. YOu can spend some nice time in the middle of natural beauty.
4.9km from Temple Hill
Galtymore is the highest of the Galtee Mountains, a range that stretches for 30 kms between Tipperary and Limerick. It is one of Ireland's highest mountains, being the 12th-highest on the Arderin list, and 14th-highest on the Vandeleur-Lynam list. Galtymore has the 4th-highest topographic prominence of any peak in Ireland. The mountain and its deep corrie lakes are associated with various Irish folklore tales regarding Saint Patrick and serpents.
6.08km from Temple Hill
Galtybeg is a mountain summit in the region in the county of Tipperary. They run roughly east-west across the border of County Tipperary and County Limerick. The highest point is Galtymore at 918 metres , one of the highest mountains in Ireland. It is a good trekking destination and also it offers so many views from here.
6.49km from Temple Hill
Moor Abbey lies in the Glen of Aherlow in the shadow of the Galtee Mountains. Founded in 1471, the friary was suppressed in 1540 but the new owner, the Earl of Desmond left the friars in peace until the friary was burnt in 1569 and 1570. The church consists of a nave and chancel, separated by a tall bell-tower. In the chancel is a double piscina for washing liturgical vessels.
Duntryleague Passage Tomb
8.54km from Temple Hill
This tomb is situated near the peak of a small but steep hill outside the village of Galbally in County Limerick, overlooking the River Loobagh valley to the north. It is an unusual structure as passage tombs of this size are rare in that part of the country another curious aspect is its three roof stones which are rested on top of one another, a style very common in Brittany. According to legend, it was the burial place of Ailill Aulom , a King of Munster.
Discover More Attractions in Limerick, Home of Temple Hill
County Limerick is a county in Ireland. It is located in the province of Munster, and is also part of the Mid-West Region.Limerick city is boisterously urban in contrast and has enough historic and cultural attractions for a day's diversion. About 15km south of the city are the haunting archaeological sites around Lough Gur, while about the same distance southwest of the city is the cute thatched village of Adare.