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Dunderry Destination Guide

Explore Dunderry in Ireland.

Dunderry in the region of Leinster is a town in Ireland - some 29 mi (or 46 km) North-West of Dublin, the country's capital city.

Interactive map of Dunderry

Current time in Dunderry is now 11:25 AM (Monday). The local timezone is named "Europe / Dublin" with an UTC offset of 0 hours. Depending on the availability of means of transportation, these more prominent locations might be interesting for you: Swansea, Liverpool, Lisburn, Glasgow, Enniskillen or Athboy. Since you are here already, make sure to check out Trim, Robinstown, Newtown Trim, Dunderry, Bohermeen and Bective. We encountered some videos in the web. Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation.

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Weather Conditions Today & Next Days Forecast

17°C / 63 °F Light rain
Morning Temperature 13°C / 55 °F
Evening Temperature 18°C / 64 °F
Night Temperature 13°C / 55 °F
Chance of rainfall 0%
Air Humidity 82%
Air Pressure 1015.2 hPa
Wind Speed Gentle Breeze with 7 km/h (4 mph) from East
Cloud Conditions Overcast clouds, covering 88% of sky
General Conditions Light rain

Tuesday, 17th of July 2018
Light rain, gentle breeze, overcast clouds.
Light rain Day: 17°C (63 °F)
Night: 14°C (58 °F)
Wednesday, 18th of July 2018
Scattered clouds, light breeze.
Scattered clouds Day: 18°C (65 °F)
Night: 15°C (58 °F)
Thursday, 19th of July 2018
Moderate rain, calm, scattered clouds.
Moderate rain Day: 17°C (63 °F)
Night: 13°C (56 °F)


Wherever You Get Drawn-The Calling cover...

05:07 min ( June 25, 2012 by ShaneoLFC95)
Views: 1,650 - Rating: 5/5

Hello everyone once again, this is my latest song and it's called Wherever You Get Drawn. It's about the life of somebody from a small county having to travel all across Ireland to watch his team play...

Shamanism Ireland Basic Workshop - The S...

01:29 min ( February 06, 2012 by NetworkIreland)
Views: 1,317 - Rating: 5/5

Martin Duffy of Shamanism Ireland presents an overview of The Shaman's Journey Basic introduction workshop, held at Dunderry Park, Robinstown, Co Meath. On this introductory course we will be using tr...

Visit to Trim Castle in Ireland

05:38 min ( August 17, 2012 by epicfantasy)
Views: 2,815 - Rating: 4.92025/5

This is a video of Trim Castle in Ireland. It was the site of some of the filming of the movie Braveheart. Pretty fantastic castle with an outerwall and a keep that is in excellent shape. It has gone ...

Hot Air Balloon Glow - Trim 07 04 2012

03:19 min ( April 08, 2012 by username9630369)
Views: 1,148 - Rating: 4.2/5

Trim Balloon Fiesta 2012 | 7-9 April 2012 | LMFAO - Party Rock Anthem

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Upcomming Local Events

A brief summary of interesting events comming up in Dunderry during the next days.


Jim McHugh

Beginning: 09:00 pm (21:00).
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Full Moon Walking Tour Of Tara

Beginning: 07:00 pm (19:00).
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Trim Salmon Of Knowledge Festival 2018

Beginning: 08:00 am (08:00).
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Should I Stay Or Should I Go? Teacher Pension Seminar, Navan Education Centre

Beginning: 05:00 pm (17:00).
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Low Protein Living Weekend

Beginning: 10:00 am (10:00).
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Tommy Fleming - Voice Of Hope II Tour

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Tommy Fleming - Voice Of Hope II Tour

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Interesting facts about this location


Boyerstown is a small townland and Roman Catholic parish in County Meath, Ireland. It is located off the N51 National secondary road 5 km southwest of Navan. The parish of Boyerstown, along with another parish called Cortown, historically has been linked to the neighbouring parish of Bohermeen, with the parish priest and curate serving all three parishes. Father David O'Hanlon, is a native of the parish. The M3 motorway runs through the townland .

More reading: Wikipedia Article
Located at 53.61, -6.77 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 2 mi away.
Tags:Towns and villages in County Meath

Bective Abbey

Bective Abbey (Irish: Mainistir Bheigthí) is a Cistercian abbey on the River Boyne in Bective, County Meath, Ireland. The abbey founded by Murchad O'Maeil-Sheachlainn in 1147 as a 'daughter house' of Mellifont Abbey. Although nothing remains except old ruins and walls, it is in a remarkable state of preservation. Bective Abbey is easy to find thanks to many sign posts along the way and it sets in the middle of a farmer's pasture. In 2012 The O.P.W.

More reading: Wikipedia Article
Located at 53.61, -6.77 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 3 mi away.
Tags:1147 establishments in Ireland, Buildings and structures in County Meath, Christian monasteries established in the 12th century, Cistercian monasteries in the Republic of Ireland, National Monuments in County Meath, Religion in County Meath, Religious organizations established in the 1140s, Ruins in the Republic of Ireland

Durhamstown Castle

Durhamstown Castle is a 600 year old towerhouse in the townland of Durhamstown of the civil parish of Ardbraccan which is in the barony of Lower Navan, in County Meath, Ireland. It is named after a Mr Doream and has been converted into a guest house and restaurant. Althugh the precise origins of the building are unknown the existing castle is believed to date from the early 1400’s. The building is of four-storeys and the ground floor has four vaulted chambers with inserted windows.

More reading: Wikipedia Article
Located at 53.61, -6.77 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 3 mi away.
Tags:Castles in County Meath


Ardbraccan is an ancient place of Christian worship in County Meath, Ireland. It is the location of the former residence of the Roman Catholic, then, after the Reformation, the Church of Ireland Bishop of Meath. It is located approximately 30 miles (48 kilometres) from Dublin.

More reading: Wikipedia Article
Located at 53.61, -6.77 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 3 mi away.
Tags:Places of worship in County Meath

Allenstown House

Allenstown House was a large five-bay, four-story Georgian mansion in County Meath, Ireland. It was built in around 1750 by William Waller. The final owner was Vice-Admiral Arthur William Craig who assumed the surname Craig-Waller when he inherited the property in 1920 from a distant relative. In the late 1930s the house and estate were bought by the Irish Land Commission. The lands were broken up and sold.

More reading: Wikipedia Article
Located at 53.61, -6.77 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 5 mi away.
Tags:Buildings and structures demolished in 1938, Buildings and structures in County Meath, Country houses in Ireland