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Kinnitty

The village derives its name from the myth that the head of an ancient princess is buried beneath the village, Ceann being Irish for head and Eitigh being the name of the princess. The village is situated at the foot of the Slieve Bloom Mountains ...

Moneygall

Moneygall is a small village on the border of counties Offaly and Tipperary, in Ireland. It is situated on the R445 road between Dublin and Limerick. There were 313 people living in the village as of the 2016 census. Moneygall has a Catholic chur ...

Pollagh

Pollagh, also spelled Pullough, is a village in County Offaly, Ireland, located in the midlands of Ireland. It is a rural village on the Grand Canal and lies between Ferbane and Tullamore. Much of the surrounding area is bogland, and is used to p ...

Rath, County Offaly

Rath is a hamlet in the south west area of County Offaly, Ireland. The hamlet is located midway between the towns of Birr and Kilcormac on a northeast-southwest country road. It is located in the parish of Eglish and Drumcullen which is in the Ro ...

Rhode, County Offaly

Rhode is a village in County Offaly, Ireland. It is situated on the R400 at its junction with the R441 which leads to Edenderry, 12 km to the east. Rhode village is on an "island" of high ground surrounded by an expanse of raised bog which forms ...

Shinrone

Shinrone is a village in County Offaly, Ireland. It lies at the junction of the R491 regional road between Nenagh and Roscrea where it is joined by the R492 to Sharavogue. According to the 2016 census, the village then had 645 inhabitants.

Tubber, County Offaly

Tubber is a village in County Offaly, Ireland. Tubber comprises the civil parishes of Kilcumreragh and Kilmanaghan. St. Manchans National school in Tubber is named after St. Manchan, the local saint. His name is also reflected in that of the pari ...

Ballaghaderreen

Ballaghaderreen is a town in County Roscommon, Ireland, but traditionally part of County Mayo, located just off the N5 National primary road. The population was 1.808 in the 2016 census.

Ballyfarnon

Ballyfarnon is a village in northern County Roscommon, Ireland. Built on the River Feorish at the foot of Arigna Mountain, it lies between Loughs Skean and Meelagh with Lough Arrow, Lough Allen, Lough Bo and Lough-na-Sool nearby. It lies on the S ...

Bellanagare

Bellanagare is a village in County Roscommon, Ireland. The N5 national primary road passes through it as of 2008, though a by-pass is planned. The village is located between Tulsk and Frenchpark on the Dublin to Castlebar/Westport road.

Bellanamullia

Bealnamulla is a village in County Roscommon, Ireland. It lies 4 km from the centre of Athlone just beyond the urban fringe, on the R362 regional road. The area has experienced growth in the early 21st century, attributable to Athlones expansion. ...

Boyle, County Roscommon

Boyle is a town in County Roscommon, Ireland. It is located at the foot of the Curlew Mountains near Lough Key in the north of the county. Carrowkeel Megalithic Cemetery, the Drumanone Dolmen and the lakes of Lough Arrow and Lough Gara are also c ...

Cloonbonniffe

Cloonbonniffe, officially Cloonbonniff, is a small village and townland in County Roscommon, Ireland. The nearest town is Castlerea, about eight kilometres east. Cloonbonniff is home to the OConnor Don National School and community centre, which ...

Cloonfad

Cloonfad is a village in County Roscommon, Ireland, at the crossroads of the N83 National secondary road and the R327 regional road, about 10 km from the town of Ballyhaunis in County Mayo. A public walkway takes walkers to neighbouring villages ...

Cootehall

Cootehall is a village in County Roscommon, Ireland. It is located on the River Boyle, between Boyle and Carrick-on-Shannon near Lough Key Forest Park in the north of the county. Cootehall lies 4 kilometres off the N4 road from Dublin to Sligo an ...

Cornafulla

Cornafulla is a village in the parish of Drum in south County Roscommon, Ireland about 8 km west of Athlone along the R446 road. In the centre of the village is a national school, garage and car sales business. The post office and convenience sto ...

Elphin, County Roscommon

Elphin is a small town in north County Roscommon, Ireland. It forms the southern tip of a triangle with Boyle 18 km and Carrick-on-Shannon 14 km to the north west and north east respectively. It is at the junction of the R368 and R369 regional ro ...

Four Roads, Ireland

Four Roads is a village in County Roscommon. It is situated about 16 km from Roscommon town, and about 28 km from Athlone.

Frenchpark

Frenchpark, historically known as Dungar, is a village in County Roscommon, Ireland on the N5 national primary road. It was the home of Douglas Hyde, the first President of Ireland. The nearby French Park Estate was until 1952 the ancestral seat ...

Keadue

Keadue, officially Keadew, is a village in County Roscommon, Ireland. It is on the R284 and R285 regional roads close to the borders of County Leitrim and County Sligo. Keadue is the burial place of the great Irish harper, Turlough OCarolan, and ...

Knockcroghery

Knockcroghery is a village in County Roscommon, Ireland. It is located between Athlone and Roscommon town, near Lough Ree on the River Shannon. It is one of the closest populations centres to the geographical centre of Ireland.

Lisacul

Lisacul is a village in the north west of County Roscommon, Ireland, situated on the R293 midway between Ballyhaunis in County Mayo and Ballaghaderreen, County Roscommon. It is part of the Barony of Frenchpark.

Loughglinn

Loughglinn or Loughglynn is a village in County Roscommon, Ireland. It is named after the lake to the north of the village.

Monksland

Monksland is a townland and suburb of Athlone. The townland lies west of the River Shannon, the border between the provinces of Connacht and Leinster but is part of County Roscommon. The area has experienced rapid growth in recent years, developi ...

Portrun

Portrun or Portrunny is a lakeside townland, located on the bank of Lough Ree on the River Shannon in County Roscommon. It has mooring facilities for boats, a childrens playground and picnic tables; and is a tourist destination in the summer mont ...

Rahara

Rahara is a village in County Roscommon, Ireland. It lies on the R362 regional road, between Athlone and Athleague about 3 km north of the village of Curraghboy.

Strokestown

Strokestown, historically called Bellanamullia and Bellanamully, is a small town in County Roscommon, Ireland. It is located at the junction of the N5 National primary route and the R368 in the north of the county. Notable features include the se ...

Tarmonbarry

Tarmonbarry, officially Termonbarry, is a village in County Roscommon, Ireland. It is located where the N5 National primary route crosses the River Shannon. East of the bridge, part of the village lies in County Longford. As of the 2016 census, t ...

Tulsk

Tulsk ") is a village in County Roscommon, Ireland. It lies on the N5 national primary road between Strokestown and Bellanagare. It is 19 km north of Roscommon town.

Ballygawley, County Sligo

Ballygawley is a village in County Sligo, Ireland. It is located close to Union Wood, approximately 9 km south of Sligo town and near the main Sligo-Dublin road, the N4. The O Dalaigh family, referenced in the towns Irish name, were professional ...

Ballymote

Ballymote is a market town in southern County Sligo in the province of Connacht, in the west of Ireland. It lies in the barony of Corran. The Norman Ballymote Castle dates from the 1300s and the Book of Ballymote was written in or near the town i ...

Ballysadare

Ballysadare, locally also Ballisodare, is a village in County Sligo, Ireland. It is about 7 kilometres south of Sligo town. The town developed on an important crossing of the Owenmore River.

Bunnanadden

Bunnanadden, Bunnanaddan or Bunninadden is a small village in south County Sligo, Ireland. It is on the R296 road, 9 km from Tubbercurry and 8 km from Ballymote. The village contains the parish church The Sacred Heart of Mary, two pubs, a nationa ...

Cliffoney

Cliffoney, officially Cliffony, meaning "hurdled thicket"), is a village in north County Sligo, Ireland. It lies on the N15 national route at its junction with the R279. It is only three kilometres away from Mullaghmore which is popular with surf ...

Collooney

Collooney is thought to derive from Irish: Cuil Mhuine, meaning "nook of the thicket". Reverend Terrence ORorke has previously also suggested Culmaine as Collooney is designed in such works as the Four Masters, Dudley MFirlis and OFlahertys "Chro ...

Coolaney

Coolaney is a village in County Sligo, Ireland. Coolaney sits at the foot of the Ox Mountains with the river Owen Beg running through it around which is a walk. The remains of an old mill are located along the riverside walk, and the remains of t ...

Drumcliff

Drumcliff or Drumcliffe is a village in County Sligo, Ireland. It is 8 km north of Sligo town on the N15 road on a low gravel ridge between the mountain of Ben Bulben and Drumcliff bay. It is on the Drumcliff river, originally called the "Codnach ...

Geevagh

Geevagh is a village in the south-east corner of County Sligo, Ireland, on the R284 regional road. The name, meaning "the windy ", describes a climatic feature of the village and its surrounding countryside. The name Geevagh also refers to the lo ...

Gorteen

Gurteen or Gorteen is a village in County Sligo, Ireland. It is in the civil parish of Kilfree in the baronry of Coolavin. Gurteens population increased from 269 people as of the 2006 census, to 393 as of the 2016 census. It lies on the intersect ...

Grange, County Sligo

Grange is a village on the N15 national primary road in County Sligo, Ireland. It is located between Benbulben mountain and the Atlantic Ocean. Streedagh, a townland near Grange, is the location of a large sandy beach, three Armada wrecks and a s ...

Tubbercurry

Tubbercurry or Tobercurry is the second-largest town in terms of both population land area in County Sligo, Ireland. It lies at the foot of the Ox Mountains, on the N17 national primary road. The village is twinned with Viarmes in France.

Ardfinnan

Ardfinnan is a small village in County Tipperary in Ireland. It is situated on the River Suir and R665 regional road. The Catholic parish of Ardfinnan is made up of three areas: Ardfinnan, Ballybacon, and Grange. Ardfinnan is also a civil parish ...

Ardmayle

Ardmayle is a civil parish, village and townland in County Tipperary. It is situated near Boherlahan, Goolds Cross and Cashel. It is located on the River Suir and was once served by a railway station on the Goolds Cross Cashel railway. It was the ...

Ballinderry, County Tipperary

Ballinderry is a village and a townland in the historical Barony of Ormond Lower, County Tipperary, Ireland. It is located between Terryglass and Nenagh where the R493 road crosses the Ballyfinboy River.

Ballingarry, South Tipperary

Ballingarry is a village and civil parish in County Tipperary, Ireland. It is one of 19 civil parishes in the barony of Slievardagh. It is associated with the coal mining industry. It is also an ecclesiastical parish in the Roman Catholic Archdio ...

Ballylooby

Ballylooby is a village in County Tipperary in Ireland. It is in the barony of Iffa and Offa West, and is also a parish in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Waterford and Lismore.

Ballyporeen

Ballyporeen is a village in County Tipperary, Ireland. The national census of 2016 recorded the population of Ballyporeen at 318 with an additional 603 in its rural hinterland.

Ballysheehan

Ballysheehan is a village in the southern part of County Tipperary, Ireland. It is also a civil parish in the barony of Middle Third, within the Munster province. In terms of area, it is approximately 0.64 square miles, or a little more than abou ...

Birdhill

Birdhill is a village in County Tipperary, Ireland. It is in the barony of Owney and Arra and is part of the parish of Newport, Birdhill and Toor in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cashel and Emly. Its Irish name was historically anglicised as ...

Bohernacrusha, County Tipperary

Bohernacrusha is a small village in County Tipperary. It is located a short distance south-westwards along the R661 road from Holycross. On 1 October 1827, Daniel Mara was murdered about 100 yards on the Holycross side of Bohernacrusha. This murd ...

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