DÚN ÁRANN SIGNAL TOWER

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Built in 1799, this substantial complex was constructed as part of an extended network of fortifications by the British government along the Atlantic seaboard of Ireland (which was a British colony at the time).

Now disused, the fortification, consisting of a signal tower, would have been used as early warning to the British government should there have been a French invasion on Ireland which was threatened by Napoleon at the time.

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Dún Árann Signal Tower

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