Thoor Ballylee (Yeats Tower) was the Nobel Prize- winning poet W.B. Yeats home in the 1920s. Thoor Ballylee was regarded by the late Nobel laureate Seamus Heaney as ‘the most important public building in Ireland’. Its close association with the poetry and family of W.B.Yeats makes it an iconic landmark for the area and for the country, and a resonant site for literary pilgrims from across the globe.
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