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Category:St. Cronan's Romanesque Church, Roscrea

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This object is indexed in the Archaeological Survey of Ireland under SMR No. TN012-010001-
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English: This Romanesque church was built in the 12th century and dedicated to Saint Cronan the founder of the monastic site at Roscrea. This church was in use until 1812 when most of it was demolished with the exception of the west gable. It serves now as gate to the Church of Ireland parish church. (See entry 1843 in Jean Farrelly and Caimin O'Brien: Archaeological Inventory of County Tipperary: Vol. I – North Tipperary, ISBN 0-7557-1264-1.) National monument in state ownership #126.

Roscrea Church 
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Instance of church
Location County Tipperary, Ireland
Architectural style
Heritage designation
  • national monument of Ireland
Inception 12th century
Authority control

52° 57′ 20″ N, 7° 47′ 44.46″ W

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