Part 3 - The ‘Three Jolly Pigeons’, County Westmeath

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The ‘Three Jolly Pigeons’, County Westmeath


  • c.1930 (Creation)

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The exterior of the ‘Three Jolly Pigeons’ public house near Athlone in County Westmeath in about 1930. Built in 1830, this bar was named after the ‘Three Jolly Pigeons’, a public house that provided the setting for Oliver Goldsmith’s well-known play ‘She Stoops to Conquer’, written in 1773.

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