Photos from Limerick

In Irish, Luimneach originally referred to the general area along the banks of the Shannon Estuary known as Loch Luimnigh. Limerick is the third largest city in Ireland. The city dates from at least the Viking settlement in 812. The Normans redesigned the city in the 12th century and added much of the most notable architecture, such as King John's Castle and St Mary's Cathedral.

Limerick church

Limerick church


river shannon limerick

the Shannon river


limerick street

street in Limerick city centre





  Photos from Ireland

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