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Killamery (Irish: Cill Lamraí) is a village in County Kilkenny, Ireland. It was the site of a famous monastery (c. 632) under the abbacy of St. Gobban, who died 639 and was buried in the hallowed grounds of St.Fintan of Clonenagh's Abbey, County Laois.
Two bullauns and a holy well are also found nearby.
There is currently just one public house in the village, "The Auld House", which is a popular and vibrant social centre for a broad rural area. Artists to have played "The Auld House" include Louis Armstrong, Declan Nerney, Gustav Mahler and Victor Silvester and his orchestra.