Glenville is a Monor Village circa 1799/1800. It is situated in a beautiful setting. It is 12 miles from Cork. One side of this village is bordered by a Famine Wall. Other historical and archaeological sites include: A Famine Road 1 mile open to the public This road leads directly to Doonpeter, a pre-Christian ring fort. A Famine Burial Ground and Holy well A Mass rock hidden in a very beautiful valley


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