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The recent refurbishment of The Parade, the Mayors Walk, Canal Square and the Canal Walk, commonly and collectively known as The Parade Project, is the result of a commitment by Kilkenny Borough Council to reinstate The Parade as the city's main urban space and to redevelop Canal Square as a gateway to Canal Walk.
St Canice’s Cathedral and Round Tower are an essential part of the structural heritage in the vibrant medieval city of Kilkenny. This ecclesiastical site was founded in the 6th century and named after St Canice. Cill Channigh is the Gaelic for the Church of Canice, the church that originally stood on the site in the 6th century. The Round Tower is the oldest standing structure in Kilkenny City. Tourists can enjoy climbing the Round Tower capturing great views of the city (weather permitting). St Canice’s Round Tower is one of only two Round Towers that people can climb in Ireland.
Kilkenny Castle stands dramatically on a strategic height that commands a crossing on the River Nore and dominates the 'High Town' of Kilkenny City. Over the eight centuries of its existence, many additions and alterations have been made to the fabric of the building, making Kilkenny Castle today a complex structure of various architectural styles.
St.John's Priory - For more than 700 years, the people of St John's have worshipped in a church dedicated to the 'beloved disciple'. For almost half of that time, the main centre of worship was the Abbey of St John, founded by the Augustinians in the 13th century. After the suppression of the monasteries during the reformation period, the centre of worship returned to its earlier location in Maudlin Street. Successive buildings on the site of the cemetery, served the parish until the completion of the present church of St John the Evangelist at Dublin Road in 1908. Very little of the churches medieval roots remain
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