County: Waterford Town: Lismore Scene: Main St Date: circa 1910 (estimate)
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- County: Waterford
- Town: Lismore
- Scene: Main St
- Date: circa 1910 (estimate)
10' x 8' printed on quality photo paper, larger sizes also available
Also available mounted & framed, ask for details
Colour images can be printed in black & white if preferred.
Read about Lismorebelow
Lismore (Lios Mór in Irish, meaning 'Great Enclosure') is a town in County Waterford, Ireland. It was founded by Saint Mochuda, also known as Saint Carthage. Lismore is located where the N72 road crosses the River Blackwater. In the 7th century, Lismore was home to a well-known abbey. This is also home to Lismore Castle, the birth place to the 'Father of Chemistry' Sir Robert Boyle (Boyle's Law) It was also home to a medieval manuscript, the Book of Lismore (now in England – the owner of the castle is an Englishman), and the Lismore Crozier (now in the National Museum of Ireland) were discovered in the 19th Century.