Christ Church Cathedral, Church of Ireland, Waterford, Co. Waterford
The only neo-classical Georgian Cathedral in Ireland is considered to be of enormous architectural importance. The Cathedral, in addition to continuing as a place of Christian worship, is now used as a venue for concerts, recitals and exhibitions adding to the cultural life of Waterford.
Clonfert Cathedral, Church of Ireland, Co. Galway
The original monastery was founded here by St Brendan the Navigator in 563 and it is here that the great navigating saint is buried. The glory of this small cathedral is its unique west doorway, which is one of the finest specimens of Hiberno-Romanesque work in existence.
St. Colman's / Coleman's Cathedral, Church of Ireland and Round Tower, Cloyne, Co. Cork
In 560, Colman Mac Leneni, (530-606) founded a monastery here built on a network of caves. The climbable 10th century Round Tower is certainly Cloyne's main attraction. Unusually for a village, it not alone has a Round Tower but also a cathedral. This 13th century Cathedral and adjoining cemetery with remnants of an earlier structure believed to be the site of an ancient firehouse.