Trim Castle

Trim Castle

Trim is the remains of Ireland's largest castle. The Castle was used as a centre of Norman administration for the Liberty of Meath, one of the new administrative areas of Ireland created by Henry II of England and granted to Hugh de Lacy. De Lacy took possession of it in 1172. The Castle is noted for the part it played in the filming of the Mel Gibson directed film Braveheart.
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Trim Castle

Trim Castle

Trim is the remains of Ireland's largest castle. The Castle was used as a centre of Norman administration for the Liberty of Meath, one of the new administrative areas of Ireland created by Henry II of England and granted to Hugh de Lacy. De Lacy took possession of it in 1172. The Castle is noted for the part it played in the filming of the Mel Gibson directed film Braveheart.
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