Category:Carlow Castle

Coat of arms of Ireland.svg This object is indexed in the Archaeological Survey of Ireland under SMR No. CW007-018002-
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English: Carlow Castle is a 13th century castle constructed by William Marshal, Lord of Leinster and successor of Strongbow, sited on a small island of the river Barrow protecting the river crossing and Carlow town.