"I liked the place", he said,"For the romances of its two ruined castles facing one another across a little lake". - W. B. Yeats
It is almost a century since Yeats penned these King of the Great Clock Tower lines following one of his many visits to Castle Dargan.
Follow in his footsteps today at Castle Dargan and the nearby Yeats Society located in the Yeats Memorial Building in the centre of Sligo. Or vist the famous poets last resting place in Drumcliff, just north of Sligo and under the shadow of Benbulben.
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