Mainistir Inis Meáin
|Other names||Inis-medhon, Inis-meadhoin, Inis-meadhon, Inchmean|
|Mother house||Kilcreevanty Abbey|
|Location||Inishmaine, Ballinrobe, County Mayo|
|Visible remains||church, gatehouse|
|Official name||Inishmaine Abbey|
Inishmaine Abbey is located on the eastern shores of Lough Mask, southwest of Ballinrobe. It once stood on an island, but canal construction lowered the water level and it is now on a peninsula.
Inishmaine was an early monastic site, founded in the 7th century by St Corbmac.
All that remains is the 13th century church and 15th century gatehouse. A number of ashlar blocks in the nave and the lintelled north doorway may have come from an earlier structure. There are carved capitals on the chancel arch.
The twin east window is also decorated in mouldings of wild and imaginary animals.
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