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This Fellowship of Isis website has been authorized by the FOI Foundation Center: Clonegal Castle, Enniscorthy, Eire


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Town & Rivers of Enniscorthy

      Enniscorthy is the 2nd largest town in County Wexford in Ireland, and is where Clonegal Castle, the Fellowship of Isis Foundation Center, was built. The population of Enniscorthy is approximately 8,964, and it sits on the tidal extreme of the River Slaney. The name Enniscorthy is from an English mispronounciation for the Irish words: "Inis Córthaidh." Inis Córthaidh means "Córthaidh's Island."

      "Clonegal Castle lies on the banks of the River Derry, 'Doire', The Grove of the Oak, upstream before it joins the Slaney, 'Slainte', River of Healing." DCD Manual


View of Enniscorthy from Vinegar Hill
Enniscorthy
St. Aidan's Cathedral designed by Augustus W. Pugin
photo © 2007 T. Everett



Vinegar Hill
(Another mispronunciation: "Cnoc Fiodh na gCaor", the "Hill of the Tree of the Sheep.")
Vinegar Hill
Known for the revolution of 1798, the small round structure was previously a windmill.
photo © 2007 T. Everett



Enniscorthy Bridge
Enniscorthy Bridge
photo © T. Everett


The River Slaney
River Slaney
photo © T. Everett


The River Derry flowing under Clonegal Bridge
River Derry
photo © Sarah



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