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Glenfarne

Glenfarne is a small village located in the north of County Leitrim, Ireland. It is the site of the original "Ballroom of Romance", which inspired a short story by William Trevor and was subsequently turned into a movie by the BBC. Glenfarne also ...

Keshcarrigan

Keshcarrigan is a village in County Leitrim, Ireland. It is situated on the Shannon-Erne Waterway and R209 road and under Sheebeg, an ancient pagan burial site which overlooks Lough Scur to the north and Keshcarrigan Lough to the south. Keshcarri ...

Kiltyclogher

Kiltyclogher is a small village in County Leitrim, Ireland. It is on the border with County Fermanagh, close to the hamlet of Cashelnadrea.

Kinlough

Kinlough is a village in north County Leitrim. It lies between the Dartry Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean, and between the River Duff and the River Drowes, at the head of Lough Melvin. It borders counties Donegal and Fermanagh and is near Yeats ...

Manorhamilton

Manorhamilton) is the second-largest town in County Leitrim, Ireland. It is located on the N16 between Sligo 16 miles and Enniskillen 25 miles.

Mohill

The Justinian plague of Mohill devastated the local population in the 6th century. Mohill, or Maothail Manachain, is named for St. Manachan, who founded the Monastery of Mohill-Manchan here c. 500–538 AD. Some sources and folklore say the shrine ...

Newtowngore

Newtowngore or Newtown Gore, known before the Plantations of Ireland as Ducarrick, is a village on the R199 regional road in County Leitrim, in the north of the parish of Carrigallen.

Rossinver

Rossinver or Rosinver is a small village in north County Leitrim, Ireland. The village is at the southern shore of Lough Melvin. The lake is home to two unusual species of trout - the Gillaroo and the Sonaghan - as well as the common brown trout. ...

Tullaghan

Tullaghan is the most northerly village in County Leitrim. Lying at the northern end of Glenade, Tullaghan is in the parish of Kinlough and Glenade and is part of the Manorhamilton electoral area.

Abbeyfeale

Abbeyfeale is a historical market town in County Limerick, Ireland near the boundary with County Kerry. The town is in the south west of Ireland, some 21 km from Newcastle West on the N21 – the main road from Limerick to Tralee.

Adare

Adare is a village in County Limerick, Ireland, located south-west of the city of Limerick. Renowned as one of Irelands prettiest towns, Adare is designated as a heritage town by the Irish government.

Anglesboro

Anglesboro or Anglesborough is a small village at the foot of the Galtee Mountains, in southeastern County Limerick, Ireland. The nearest town is Mitchelstown in County Cork approximately 12 kilometres away.

Ardagh, County Limerick

Ardagh is a village and civil parish in County Limerick, Ireland. The village is situated on the R523 road. The nearest town is Newcastle West, about 3 miles away, on the R521 road to Foynes and Shanagolden. The parish is bounded to the west by A ...

Ardpatrick

Ardpatrick is a small village in Limerick, Ireland. It lies at the foot of the north slopes of the Ballyhoura Mountains, on the edge of the Golden Vale. As of the 2006 census, it had a population of 398. It was anciently known as Tulach na Feinne ...

Askeaton

Askeaton, is a town in County Limerick, Ireland. The town on the N69, the road between Limerick and Tralee, is built on the banks of the River Deel some 3 km upstream from the estuary of the River Shannon. Among the historic structures in the tow ...

Athea

Athea is a village in west County Limerick, Ireland. Athea has a church, and the town is the centre for the Catholic parish of Athea, encompassing several townlands.

Athlacca

Athlacca is a small village in County Limerick, in the south west of Ireland. It is situated 26 km south of Limerick City, on the Morningstar river. The name Athlacca means ford of the flagstones, a feature that was once evident under the current ...

Ballybricken

Ballybricken is an Irish townland located in the east of County Limerick, which is 18 kilometres from Limerick city. It is mainly a farming area.

Broadford, County Limerick

Broadford is located in the west of County Limerick in Ireland. It is part of the Roman Catholic parish of Dromcollogher-Broadford. In the 2016 census, the resident population of Broadford village was 276, and the population of the Broadford elec ...

Bruff

For people with the surname, see Bruff. Bruff Irish: An Bru is a town in east County Limerick, in the midwest of Ireland, located on the old Limerick–Cork road R512. The town lies on the Morning Star river, with two bridges in the town itself. Th ...

Caherconlish

The village of Caherconlish is located 16 km southeast of Limerick City in east County Limerick. It is one half of the parish of Caherconlish/Caherline in the Diocese of Cashel and Emly. The villages fairly close proximity to Limerick City has me ...

Cappamore

Cappamore is a small town in northeast County Limerick in the midwest of Ireland. It is also a parish in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cashel and Emly.

Croom, County Limerick

Croom is a village in County Limerick, Ireland. It is located just off the N20 on the River Maigue. It is 8 km southeast of Adare on the N20.

Doon, County Limerick

Doon is a village in east County Limerick, Ireland, close to the border of County Tipperary. It is also a civil parish in the historic barony of Coonagh. and is an ecclesiastical parish in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cashel and Emly. The na ...

Dromcollogher-Broadford

Dromcolliher-Broadford is a parish bordering north Cork in County Limerick, Ireland. There are two villages within parish, Dromcolliher and Broadford. Dromcolliher Drom Collachair in Irish is a small Irish town towards the west of County Limerick ...

Effin

Effin is a townland and civil parish in County Limerick, Ireland. It is on the R515 road, midway between Kilmallock and Charleville. The population of the parish is about 1.000. Effin is partly in the barony of Costlea, but chiefly in that of Cos ...

Feenagh, County Limerick

Feenagh is a village in west County Limerick, Ireland, ten miles from Newcastle West and six miles from Dromcolliher. The village has one shop/post office, which is located on the site of the former Royal Irish Constabulary barracks near the old ...

Galbally, County Limerick

Galbally is a village in southeast County Limerick, Ireland, on the border with County Tipperary. It is located at the foot of the Galtee Mountains and at the western approach to the Glen of Aherlow. The Aherlow River, flowing down from the Galte ...

Glin, County Limerick

Glin is a village in the northwest of County Limerick, Ireland. It is on the south shore of the River Shannons estuary, on the N69 road between Foynes and Tarbert. The population of the village in 2006 was 566.

Herbertstown

Herbertstown is a village in south-eastern County Limerick, Ireland. It is part of the ecclesiastical parish of "Hospital and Herbertstown", in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cashel and Emly.

Hospital, County Limerick

Hospital is a town in east County Limerick, Ireland. It is also a civil parish in the ancient barony of Smallcounty. The towns population was 1.206 in the 2016 census, but within a 2 km radius that number more than doubles. The town itself is sit ...

Kildimo

Kildimo is a village in County Limerick, Ireland. The village is located on the N69 National Route about 13 km west of Limerick city close to the River Shannon estuary. The 2011 census statistics for Kildimo counts 197 males, 212 females, 175 hou ...

Kilfinane

Kilfinnane or Kilfinane is a small market town in County Limerick, Ireland. The Towns name comes from the Irish words "Cill" and "Fhionain", making its meaning "Church of Saint Finnian." Kilfinnane is located approximately 40 km southeast of Lime ...

Kilmallock

Kilmallock is a town in south County Limerick, Ireland, near the border with County Cork. There is a Dominican Priory in the town and Kings Castle. The remains of medieval walls which encircled the settlement are still visible.

Knocklong

Knocklong is a small village situated in County Limerick, Ireland, located on the main Limerick to Mitchelstown to Cork road. The 2011 census statistics for Knocklong counts 122 males, 143 females, 128 households and 21 vacant households.

Mountcollins

Mountcollins is a village in the extreme south west of County Limerick, Ireland, barely 100 metres from the border with County Kerry and just a mile from County Cork. The River Feale runs parallel to the village and is fed by the Caher River that ...

Newcastle West

Newcastle West or simply Newcastle is a town in west County Limerick, Ireland. It is the largest town in the county, excluding Limerick city, and sits on the River Arra which flows into the River Deel. Newcastle West is in the middle of a great b ...

Oola

Oola is a village in County Limerick, and the province of Munster, Ireland, near the border with County Tipperary in the midwest of the country. The village is home to a church, a petrol station, a convenience store, two public houses, a GAA pitc ...

Pallasgreen

Pallasgreen or Pallasgrean is a village in East County Limerick, situated on the Limerick–Tipperary N24 road. The name means "the Stockade of Grian," referring to an ancient Irish Goddess of Love, whose is associated with the a nearby hill of Nic ...

Patrickswell

Patrickswell, historically known as Toberpatrick, is a small town in County Limerick, Ireland. It is primarily a commuter village for people working in Limerick, particularly the nearby industrial suburb of Raheen.

Raheen, County Limerick

Raheen is a large suburb of Limerick, Ireland. Initially developed to ease population overspill from the city of Limerick, Raheen is socioeconomically diverse, ranging from older, poor class housing estates to relatively affluent areas.

Rathkeale

Rathkeale is a town in west County Limerick, in Ireland. It is 30 km southwest of Limerick city on the N21 road to Tralee, Co Kerry, and lies on the River Deel. Rathkeale has a significant Irish Traveller population, and the largest concentration ...

Templeglantine

Templeglantine, officially Templeglentan, is a village in West County Limerick, Ireland between Newcastle West and Abbeyfeale on the N21 national primary route – the main road from Limerick to Tralee. The village is approximately 55 kilometres so ...

Tournafulla

Tournafulla, officially Toornafulla, is a village in the southwest of County Limerick, Ireland. Tournafulla is a long single-street village. It has a Catholic church, a primary school, three pubs, a community hall and a GAA pitch. It has been rec ...

Limavady

Limavady is a market town in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland, with Binevenagh as a backdrop. Lying 17 miles east of Derry and 14 miles southwest of Coleraine, Limavady had a population of 12.032 people at the 2011 Census. In the 30 years bet ...

Maghera

Maghera is a small town in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Its population was 4.220 in the 2011 Census, increasing from 3.711 in the 2001 Census. It is situated within Mid-Ulster District, as well as the civil parish of Maghera, which it wa ...

Artikelly

Artikelly is a small village and townland in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. In the 2001 Census it had a population of 360 people. It is 1 km north east of Limavady and adjoins the major industrial area at Aghanloo. It is situated within Ca ...

Ballymaguigan

Ballymaguigan is a hamlet and townland in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. It is near the northwest shore of Lough Neagh and close to Magherafelt. The hamlet forms one part of a parish named Ardtrea North. Ballymaguigan is part of the Mid-Ul ...

Ballyrashane

Ballyrashane is a small village and civil parish outside Coleraine, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. The civil parish of Ballyrashane covers areas of County Antrim, as well as County Londonderry. It is part of Causeway Coast and Glens distri ...

Ballyronan

Ballyronan is a village and townland in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland, on the north western shore of Lough Neagh. The village is 5 miles from Magherafelt and 12 miles from Cookstown. It is situated within Mid-Ulster District.

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