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Bantry House, Cork county, Munster
Bantry House (originally called 'Blackrock'), a historic house with gardens, was constructed in about 1700 on the South side of Bantry Bay in Bantry, County Cork, Ireland.
Bantry House is the ancestral home of the Earls of Bantry, still lived in by their descendant Egerton, abd Brigitte Shelswell-White, and their family.
Since 1946 the house, containing an important collection of furniture, tapestries and objets d'art, has been open to the public.
SOURCE: Holger Leue 2005, courtesy of Tourism Ireland
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