Though small, the village of Glanworth is home to impressive ruins. Found just 10km northwest of Fermoy, County Cork, the village boasts a 13th-century castle that belonged to the Roche family, which at the time controlled much of the territory of North Cork. Among the remains, visitors will find a large rectangular building and tower. Nearby, there is also the hall-like church of a Dominican friary established by the Roches in 1475.
The village of Glanworth, located just 10km northwest of Fermoy in County Cork, boasts some impressive monuments, including a castle and Dominican priory built by the Roches.
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