In the small village of Kilnaboy, County Clare, visitors can view the remains of a 16th-century church that was repaired in 1715. The structure has several notable features, including Sheela-na-gig (medieval fertility symbol) over the door and a cross on the church gable. There is also a round tower nearby.
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