Clonmel, the largest town in County Tipperary, is located in the valley of the River Suir, with the Comeragh and Slievenamon mountains always present on the horizon.
The city is known for its strong resistance to Oliver Cromwell in 1650 during his invasion of Ireland, causing heavy losses in his New Model Army, before negotiating a peaceful surrender..
Later, the city had great political and judicial power during the County Tipperary Palatinate, and the Main Guard building is a good monument of this period..
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