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Mitchelstown

Mitchelstown is a town in County Cork, Ireland with a population of approximately 3740. Mitchelstown is situated in the valley to the south of the Galtee Mountains, 12 km south-west of the Mitchelstown Caves, 28 km from Cahir, 50 km from Cork, 59 ...

Monkstown, County Cork

Monkstown is a village in County Cork, Ireland, in the old barony of Kerrycurrihy. It lies 14 kilometres southeast of Cork city on the estuary of the River Lee, facing Great Island and looking onto Monkstown Bay.

Newcestown

Newcestown is a small village located 35 km from the city of Cork in the western part of County Cork, Ireland. It is a village with a church, a school, a pub and GAA club. The local church is Church of St. John the Baptist. The local school is Bi ...

Newmarket, County Cork

Newmarket, historically known as Aghatrasna, is a town in the Barony of Duhallow, County Cork, Ireland. It is situated at the junction of the R576 and R578 regional roads.

Ovens, County Cork

Ovens is a small village and Roman Catholic parish adjacent to the town of Ballincollig, County Cork, Ireland. The 2006 census recorded that the population of the village was 1.703 - an increase of 62.1% from the 2002 Census.

Passage West

Passage West is a port town in County Cork, Ireland, situated on the west bank of Cork Harbour, some 10 km south east of Cork city. The town has many services, amenities and social outlets. Passage West was designated a conservation area in the 2 ...

Rathcormac

Rathcormac is a small town in north County Cork, Ireland. Previously situated on the main Cork to Dublin road, it was bypassed in 2006 by the M8. The former N8 through Main St is now the R639 regional road.

Schull

Schull or Skull is a town in County Cork, Ireland. Located on the southwest coast, in West Cork, the village is dominated by Mount Gabriel 407 m. It has a sheltered harbour, used for recreational boating. The area, on the peninsula leading to Miz ...

Shanbally

Shanbally is a small village located in south east County Cork on the N28 road. Shanbally is home to a Catholic church, a primary school, a pub, a shop and Shamrocks GAA club. The village is located close to Ringaskiddy, Monkstown and Carrigaline ...

Shanballymore

Shanballymore is a small village in north County Cork, Ireland. It neighbours the towns of Doneraile, Kildorrery and Castletownroche, and is off the main route from Mallow to Mitchelstown. The local Catholic church is dedicated to Christ the King ...

Skibbereen

Skibbereen is a town in County Cork, Ireland. It is located in West Cork on the N71 national secondary road. The name "Skibbereen" means "little boat harbour". The River Ilen runs through the town; it reaches the sea about 12 kilometers away, at ...

Togher, Cork

Togher is bounded to the north by The Lough, to the south by Ballincrannig and Farmers Cross, to the east by Ballyphehane and to the west by Waterfall and Wilton. Flowing through the parish is the Liberty Stream, from Corcorans Bridge to Togher C ...

Upton, County Cork

Upton is a village in County Cork, Ireland. It was on the Cork to Bandon section of the Cork, Bandon and South Coast Railway.

Waterfall, County Cork

Waterfall is a small village in County Cork, Ireland. It is located just south of Cork city in the parish of Ballinora. It is built on the L2230 road, connecting Crossbarry to the city. There is a pub on the Crossbarry side of the village. The We ...

Whitegate, County Cork

Whitegate is a small village in East Cork on the eastern shore of Cork Harbour in County Cork, Ireland. It lies within the townlands of Ballincarroonig and Corkbeg. The ruins of a 14th-century or 15th-century church lie in the grounds of Corkbeg ...

Ardagh, County Donegal

Ardagh is a townland in the fertile district known as the Laggan in East Donegal, part of County Donegal in Ulster, Ireland. It is very near St. Johnston. It became part of the large Abercorn Estate and was settled by mainly Lowland Scots settler ...

Ardara, County Donegal

Ardara is a small town in County Donegal, Ireland. It is located on the N56 and R261 roads. The population as of the 2016 census was 732. The population of 731 at the 2011 Census represented an increase of about 30% since 2006. In 2012, The Irish ...

Ballybofey and Stranorlar

Ballybofey and Stranorlar is a census town in County Donegal, Ireland, comprising the villages of Ballybofey and Stranorlar, which face each other across the River Finn. Its population at the 2002 census was 3603. The population increased to 4.85 ...

Ballyliffin

Ballyliffin is a small village located at the north-western tip of Inishowen, County Donegal, Ireland. The surrounding landscape includes Pollan Strand, Binion Hill and Crockaughrim hill.

Ballyshannon

Ballyshannon is a town in County Donegal, Ireland. It is located at the southern end of the county where the N3 from Dublin ends and the N15 crosses the River Erne. Incorporated in 1613, it is the oldest town in Ireland.

Bruckless

Bruckless is a tiny village in southwest Donegal, Ireland, with a population of around 69. It lies on the N56 national secondary road which links it to Donegal Town 20 km east and to Killybegs 7 km west. The village overlooks McSwynes Bay, an inl ...

Burt, County Donegal

At the base of the Inishowen Peninsula, Burt is part the Parish of Fahan. The ancient Grianan of Aileach stone fort dates to 1700BC. On a clear day, it is possible to see the hills of seven counties of Ireland and the Ulster coastline, particular ...

Carndonagh

Carndonagh is a town on the Inishowen peninsula in County Donegal, Ireland, close to Trawbreaga Bay. It is the site of the Donagh Cross, believed to date to the 7th century. The Irish name, Carn Domhnach, means "the cairn or mound of the church".

Castlefin

Castlefinn Finn"), sometimes spelt Castlefin, is a market town in the Finn Valley of County Donegal, Ireland. It is located between Ballybofey and Lifford and as of 2016 the population was 705. The River Finn flows by the town. The town is locate ...

Churchill, County Donegal

Church Hill, historically known as Minalaban, is a small village located 8 miles from County Donegals largest town of Letterkenny, Ireland. The villages name is derived from its location on a small hilltop. The village boasts a post office, one o ...

Clonmany

Clonmany is a village in north-west Inishowen, in County Donegal, Ireland. The area has many local beauty spots, while the nearby village of Ballyliffin is famous for its golf course. The Urris area to the west of Clonmany village was the last ou ...

Convoy, County Donegal

Convoy is a village in the east of County Donegal, Ireland, being located in the Finn Valley district. It is part of the Barony of Raphoe. It is situated on the Burn Dale, and is located on the road from Stranorlar to Raphoe, from which latter pa ...

Cranford, County Donegal

Not to be confused with Craanford, a village County Wexford, Ireland Cranford is a small village located in the northeast of County Donegal, Ireland. It is situated on the western banks of Mulroy Bay on the road between two larger villages, appro ...

Creeslough

Creeslough is a village in County Donegal, Ireland, which is located 12 km south of Dunfanaghy on the N56 road, 54 m above sea level and overlooking an arm of Sheephaven Bay. It is a small village, with the population of the surrounding area enga ...

Culdaff

Culdaff is a village on the Inishowen peninsula of County Donegal, Ireland. Known for its beach, it attracts tourists from all over Ireland. As of 2016, the population was 237. The present village dates back to the 8th century and was originally ...

Donegal (town)

Donegal or Donegal Town is a town in County Donegal, Ireland. The name was historically written in English as Dunnagall or Dunagall. Although Donegal gave its name to the county, now Lifford is the county town. From the 1470s until the very early ...

Dunkineely

Dunkineely is a small village in County Donegal, Ireland. It is situated 11 miles from the town of Donegal and 6 miles from Killybegs on the N56 National secondary road. It is a small single street village with a population of around 300 in its s ...

Inver

Inver is a small village in County Donegal, Ireland. It lies on the N56 National secondary road midway between Killybegs to the west and Donegal Town to the east. It is also a civil parish in the historic barony of Banagh.

Keadue, County Donegal

Keadue, is a townland in County Donegal, Ireland. It is in the Rosses region of northwest County Donegal, on the R259 road on the Wild Atlantic Way, about halfway between the fishing villages of Burtonport and Kincasslagh on the Atlantic coast.

Kerrykeel

Kerrykeel is a small village in County Donegal, Ireland. It lies between Knockalla Mountain and Ranny Hill and is on the shores of Mulroy Bay. Kerrykeel is accessible via the R245 and R247 roads which converge in the centre of the village. Kerryk ...

Killea, County Donegal

Killea is a village in Donegal, Ireland. The settlement sits on the border of County Donegal in the Republic of Ireland and County Londonderry in Northern Ireland. In recent years, many new homes have been built in the area and the village now ac ...

Killygordon

Killygordon, is a small village in the Finn Valley of east County Donegal, Ireland. As of 2016 the population was 614. It is located on the N15 between Ballybofey and Castlefin. The separate townland of the Crossroads lies half a mile from Killyg ...

Kilmacrennan

Kilmacrennan is a large village in County Donegal, Ireland. The village population was 753, as of the 2016 census. The villages population has increased steadily over the last decade with many new housing developments catering, in particular, for ...

Laghy

Laghey or Laghy is a small village in County Donegal, Ireland, between Ballintra and Donegal Town. Laghey is one of three villages that make up the parish of Drumholm, formerly a civil and Church of Ireland parish, now only used as a division of ...

Manorcunningham

Manorcunningham, or Manor is a small village and townland in County Donegal, Ireland. It is located 7 kilometers from Letterkenny on the main road to Derry. It is known locally and throughout Donegal as just Manor. Currently housing development i ...

Milford, County Donegal

Milford or Millford, historically called Ballynagalloglagh, is a small town and townland in County Donegal, Ireland. The population at the 2016 census was 1.037.

Mountcharles

Mountcharles is a townland and a village in the south of County Donegal, Ireland. It lies 6 km from Donegal Town on the Killybegs road. It is situated in the civil parish of Inver and the historic barony of Banagh. The villages name is usually pr ...

Newtown Cunningham

Newtown Cunningham, usually spelled Newtowncunningham or abbreviated to Newton, is a village in the Laggan district in the east of County Donegal, Ireland, located on the N13 road 18 km east of Letterkenny and 16 km west of Derry. The 2016 census ...

Porthall

Porthall is a village in County Donegal, Ireland. The village is located on the west bank of the River Foyle, in The Laggan district of East Donegal, on the R265 linked to the R236 regional road. Its nearest town is Lifford the capital of Donegal.

Quigleys Point

Quigleys Point is a village in County Donegal, Ireland, located on the eastern shores of Inishowen and overlooking the wide expanse of Lough Foyle. To the south is the city of Derry and to the north lie the villages of Moville and Greencastle. A ...

Ramelton

Ramelton is situated at the mouth of the River Lennon, 11 km north of Letterkenny and 4 km east of Milford, on the western shores of Lough Swilly. The town is named from Rath Mealtain, Irish for "the fort of Mealtan", an early Gaelic chieftain. T ...

Rathmullan

Rathmullan is a small seaside village on the Fanad Peninsula in County Donegal, Ireland. It is situated on the western shore of Lough Swilly, 11 km north-east of Ramelton and 12 km east of Milford. Rathmullan serves as an important historical vil ...

Taughboyne

Taughboyne is a parish, in County Donegal, Ireland. Taughboyne is located 8 km 5.0 mi West-South-West from Derry, on the road to Raphoe; containing, with the village and ancient disfranchised borough of St Johnston, 6335 inhabitants in 1837. St. ...

Termon

Lough Askerry Clonkillymore Lough Cloncarney Lough Lough Acrabane - Barnes Gap Clonkillybeg Lough Lough Acrappin - Top of Drumfin Lough Mnafin Doon Lough Lough Darragh The Lurgy runs through Termon.Irish - An Lorgaigh

Ballynahinch, County Down

Ballynahinch is a town in County Down, Northern Ireland. It had a population of 5.703 people in the 2011 Census. Ballynahinch was traditionally a market town, although the market still takes place in the square every Thursday. The town lies on th ...

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