Attractions from Galway

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Galway City Museum (Galway)
The museum is a folk museum showing the history of the city and of the daily life all the way back to the Middle Ages.
The city wall The Spanish Arch (Galway)
The gate, neighbour to the Galway City Museum, is actually the remains of an extension of the city wall from 1584. Some people believe that the name of the building, The Spanish Arch, is misleading, as there is no evidence that there were any Spanish people in Galway when the gate was built.
The Lynch Castle (Galway)
Lynch Castle is situated at the corner of Abbeygate Street and Shop Street and is a good example of the combination of new and old in Galway. The building is one of Ireland's finest examples of the so-called town castles, which were mainly built by rich merchants in the 15th and 16th century.

Area and city attractions

• Donegal
• Cork
• Dublin
• Galway
• Limerick
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