Rindoon Castle and Deserted Medieval Town A Visitor's Guide by Kieran O'Conor & Brian Shanahan
The town and castle of Rindoon were founded 1227 as a royal Anglo-Norman borough and fortress on the sometimes turbulent frontier between the Anglo -Norman colony in Ireland and a region controlled by the Irish O'Conor kings of Connacht. The well-preserved remains at Rindoon are regarded as being one of the most important medieval complexes still standing in Britain and Ireland. It is, also, without doubt one of the finest examples in Europe of a deserted medieval town.
Dimensions: H 255 mm, W 211 mm, D 3 mm.