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Guaranteed To Be Amazed – The Forgotten Skeleton Underneath Admore’s Round Tower

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What lies beneath?

It’s a question that we’ve all probably asked and maybe we’re all treasure hunters in our dreams.

But, what if a little digging could you tell you more about what lies above the ground?

Well, here’s a bit of history that proves this point perfectly.

We include an extract from The Gentleman’s Magazine: Volume 173 – January 1, 1843
The tower of Ardmore, in the county of Waterford, stands on the coast near the entrance of Youghal Bay; it is above 100 feet in height, 45 in circumference, 15 in diameter, divided by projecting bands into four stories at unequal distances; the door is 15 feet from the ground; the projecting bands are a remarkable feature, and assimilate it in appearance with the Indian towers of Boglipoor. Relative to an excavation made in the summer of 1841 at this tower, Sir W. Betham quotes the following correspondence.

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