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The Treaty Stone

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Clancys Strand, Limerick lk1, Ireland
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One of Limericks most famous landmarks. The Treaty Stone commemorates the Treaty of Limerick signed in 1691.The Treaty Stone in Limerick is situated on Clancys Strand, beside the river Shannon and opposite King Johns Castle in the ancient City of Limerick.A short stroll from the city center.
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Clancys Strand, Limerick lk1, Ireland
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Reviewed 22 July 2016

The stone is an important part of Limerick's history but it is quite underwhelming: for a casual observer it's just a big rock placed on a pedestal and surrounded by metal plates detailing history.

Thank LorrainPoznan
Reviewed 8 July 2016

Walked past this monument in the evening and and thought 'lovely stone' but after visiting the castle in the day and the history is revealed, the monument became 'Wow'!!

Thank Gareth M
Reviewed 4 July 2016

Not the most spectacular attraction in the city but definitely an important one to see. It's right across the river from King John's Castle so would be worth combining them when visiting the area. The walk along that side of the Shannon is also very...More

Thank JenandNeil365
Reviewed 26 May 2016

If you did not know where this stone was situated you would miss it, in our opinion it is not highlighted enough for the visitor. Once located the information surrounding the stone was interesting, however I don think more could be said to highlight the...More

Thank Shaun K
Reviewed 25 May 2016

The stone carries a little be more meaning after spending some time at King John's Castle and hearing the history behind it.

1  Thank PipeDream31
Reviewed 25 May 2016 via mobile

Across the river from King John's Castle and just along from the excellent Curragower pub. Well worth a look if you're interested in Irish history. Very understated...

1  Thank ArdaghMark
Reviewed 21 May 2016 via mobile

Walked past while crossing to King John's castle from a delicious lunch at the pub across the small street from this stone. Honestly - as monuments go - entirely unremarkable. Worth a read of the plaques along the base but frankly rather underwhelming.

Thank mircrypt
Reviewed 21 April 2016

If you're passing through Limerick and you don't have much time, stop by the Treaty Stone. Not only can you read a bit about the history of the area, but it also offers great views of the River Shannon, King John's Castle, and St. Mary's...More

Thank kris-goes-places
Reviewed 8 April 2016

Great Limerick Landmark, we stumbled across it unplanned on a walk along with river. Great to see in person, as I had read about it before our trip. Nice location.

Thank Amy K
Reviewed 31 March 2016

This stone is representation of a very important event in history. Not much to look at, but if you are passing the way, don't miss it.

Thank fergus60
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