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It is known that Slane Friary was restored in 1512.
The ruins include a 19-metre (62 ft) high early gothic tower. On the west side of the hill there are the remains of a twelfth century Norman motte and bailey, built by Richard Fleming in the 1170s.
In 2006 Slane’s population was 1,099, having grown from 823 in 2002. The village and surrounding area contains many historic sites dating back over 5,000 years.
This village was founded by the family line of the Flanders (now Fleming).
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To view this as an interactive map please click here.The Hill of Slane can be seen from the Hill of Tara which is about 16 kilometres (9.9 mi) away.Logaire was so impressed by Patrick’s devotion that, despite his defiance (or perhaps because of it), he let him continue his missionary work in Ireland. The Hill of Slane remained a centre of religion and learning for many centuries after St. The ruins of a friary church and college can be seen on the top of the hill.At the centre of the village stand four nearly identical Georgian houses. The two main streets in the village feature 18th century gray limestone buildings with slate roofs, oriel windows and stone steps and archways.The four houses stand at the intersection of the two main streets in the village. To the north of the village rises the Hill of Slane, which stands 158 metres (518 ft) above the surroundings.
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