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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...more
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We visited this major attraction on a sunny fall day in October! It is next to the river and opposite King John’s Castle and is where the Treaty of Limerick was signed which assured the independence of Limerick and is where all Mayors of Limerick...More
We did stroll over to this spot once we had seen King John's Castle but it really wasn't very interesting. Since we were already there we had a look. From this location its a great spot to take a great photo of the castle itself.
A nice piece of local history along the banks of the Shannon. Formerly a mounting block for horses, the two treaties that marked the end of the Siege of Limerick were purportedly signed on it. Although this is a brief stop off...down the side of...More
Right on the river walk and a good exhibit that can be read while walking along the river. Everything in Limerick closes up at 5:00 pm and this was an attraction that we could actually access after 5:00!
It is free. It will not take you very long but if you are in the area stop by and see it. Make sure you read everything on the ground around the monument to get the history. It is a good summary and adds to...More