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Glenveagh Castle, Glenveagh National Park, County Donegal, Ulster
Glenveagh Castle is a large castellated Mansion house built in the Scottish Baronial style, complete with ramparts, turrets and a round tower, built in the years 1870-1873, and situated within Glenveagh National Park near Churchill and Gweedore, County Donegal.
The gardens, created by Henry McIlhenny from Philadelphia, are part of Glenveagh National Park and consist of woodland gardens and pleasure grounds, Italian and Belgian gardens, terraces with antique sculpture and terracotta pots, all of them skillfully interwoven within the beautiful Donegal landscape.
Glenveagh National Park and Castle are open all week from April to September, and from Thursday to Saturday during October.
SOURCE: Geray Sweeney, courtesy of Tourism Ireland.
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