Cormac's Chapel

The Chapel, named after Cormac Mac Cárthaigh, the king of South Munster who commissioned it, is one of the earliest and best-preserved examples of early Irish Romanesque architecture. In the western wall of the nave, is a 12th Century sarcophagus, into which the body of Tadhg Mac Cárthaigh, brother of Cormac, was supposedly placed.

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