Kilmacduagh Monastery is located just outside the town of Gort in County Galway.
The original monastery was founded by St Colmán in the 7th century. The site was later re-established as an Augustinian Abbey in the 13th century.
The remaining buildings today include a number of Churches, a Round Tower, and a Cathedral. The Round Tower is particularly notable as it is leaning.
Kilmacduagh is one of the lesser visited Monasteries in Ireland, which is a shame as it is excellently preserved and dramatically located in the Burren Lowlands. Today it is part of the Yeats Gregory Heritage Trail.