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Clare Abbey

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Clare Abbey, also known as Clareabbey, is a ruined Augustinian monastery located near the Town of Ennis, along the banks of the Fergus River, and about a mile north of Clarecastle in County Clare, Ireland. The Abbey, founded in 1189, was the largest and most important of the Augustinian monasteries in County Clare. History Clare Abbey, originally called the "Abbey of St. Peter and St. Paul at Kilmony", was founded in 1189, under the sponsorship of Domnall Mór Ua Briain (Donald O'Brien), the king of Thomond. The Abbey, granted to an order of Augustinian Canons, was the largest and most important of the Augustinian monasteries in County Clare. The other Augustinian monasteries are: the Canon Island Abbey, the Inchicronan Priory, the Killone Nunnery and the Abbey at Kilshanny. The Canons, also known as "Canons Regular", were an order of priests from Italy who followed the rule of St. Augustine. Their primary focus
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