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At the far end of the lake are the ruins of a Norman castle, Black Castle, which is reached by a hill-side walk along the east side of the lake.

This is one of the keeps used during the Desmond Rebellions, and is probably the place where the Earl of Desmond secured his authority in 1573 after casting off his English apparel and donning Irish garments on his return to Munster from London.

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A number of ring forts are found in the area, with one hill fort overlooking the lake. It is here that the 14th-century lord of Munster and poet Gearóid Iarla, votary of the Goddess Áine, is said to sleep in a cave and emerge at time of Ireland's need to gallop around the lake on his great silver-shod white horse.

A visitors' centre is open beside Lough Gur, along with a car park and picnic area.

There is some other architecture dating from more recent times, with the ruins of an early Christian church by the road leading down to the lake.

A bid is being prepared for European Capital of Culture 2020, and you’ll find rich repositories of art in the Limerick City Gallery and Hunt Museum in particular.

Limerick City Gallery is located in a slickly refurbished building fronting onto People's Park (look closely, and you'll see tiny bronze figures crawling all over the facade) - it's got a nifty cafe, and afterwards you can take a stroll, or tire the kids out in the playground. Limerick’s grittier side makes an ideal canvas for street art, and you’ll find cool pieces in the most unlikely places.

Speakers include former EU Parliament President Pat Cox; Paul Quigley, EY Emerging Entrepreneur of the Year 2016 winner and CEO of News Whip; and RTE correspondent Joe Little. The voluntary organisation, was established in early 2016 by a group of Limerick professionals and business people based in Dublin.

The group aims to promote the economic and socio-cultural profile of Limerick and create an influential and co-ordinated presence in Dublin to advocate for the Mid-West region.

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