The remains of the Church of Ballymacormack can be found in Ballymacormack Cemetery which is about one mile from Longford town.
It was built in the twelfth century by O'Farrell of Longford and flourished until the fifteenth century.
The present remains consist of a northern, southern and western wall all in good condition. There is a low arched doorway in the southern wall and several well preserved windows of an ancient pattern.
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