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Glen, County Donegal

Glen is a small village in County Donegal, Ireland. The focus of the townlands of Glenmenagh and Glenineeny, it is within the parish of Mevagh, and the Barony of Kilmacrenan. The village is on the crossroads between the towns of Milford, Letterke ...

Gweebarra Bay

Gweebarra Bay is located on the west coast of County Donegal, in Ireland. The mouth of the River Gweebarra and Innishkeel Island are here. The towns on the bay are Narin; Portnoo; and Cor

Inishfree

Inishfree refers to two small islands off the coast of County Donegal in the north of Ireland. Inishfree Upper is the larger of the two at around 0.6 square miles. It is often known simply as "Inishfree".

Kinnagoe Bay

Kinnagoe Bay is a secluded beach in Inishowen, County Donegal, Ireland. It is known for being the location of the wreck of the Armada ship La Trinidad Valencera on 16 September 1588, in memory of which a plaque is mounted. The beach is accessible ...

Lough Derg, County Donegal

Lough Derg or Loch Derg is a lake in County Donegal, Republic of Ireland. It is near the border with Northern Ireland and lies about 7 kilometres north of the border village of Pettigo. It is best known for St Patricks Purgatory, a site of pilgri ...

Malin, County Donegal

Malin is a village in County Donegal, Ireland, situated 6 km north of Carndonagh. A further 13 km north further is Malin Head, the most northerly point of the island of Ireland. Malin won the Irish Tidy Towns Competition in 1970 and 1991. It was ...

Monellan Castle

Monellan Castle was a large castellated mansion, in Killygordon, County Donegal, Ireland. It was constructed in the 18th century for the Delap family, an Irish family of Scots origin who acquired the estate in the late 1700s. The family also owne ...

Northburgh Castle

Northburgh Castle, also known as Green Castle, is a ruined 14th-century castle near Greencastle, County Donegal, Ireland. It was built in 1305 by Richard Og de Burgh, 2nd Earl of Ulster. Northburgh Castle was sited to control Lough Foyle, and was ...

Raphoe Castle

Raphoe Castle, also known as the Bishops Palace, is a ruined early 17th-century castle on the edge of Raphoe, County Donegal, Ireland. The castle was built in the 1630s for The Rt. Rev. Dr John Leslie, Church of Ireland Lord Bishop of Raphoe, fro ...

Rotten Island

Rotten Island is a small island close to the entrance of Killybegs Harbour, an inlet of Donegal Bay, in County Donegal, Ireland.

Sheephaven Bay

Sheephaven Bay is a broad, shallow inlet on the north coast of County Donegal in Ulster, Ireland. Bounded by the peninsulae of Rosguill, to the east and Horn Head to the west, the bay is relatively protected from the full force of the Atlantic Oc ...

Arbour Hill

Arbour Hill is an inner city area of Dublin, on the Northside of the River Liffey, in the Dublin 7 postal district. Arbour Hill, the road of the same name, runs west from Blackhall Place in Stoneybatter, and separates Collins Barracks, now part o ...

Athgoe

Athgoe is the name of three townlands situated in the Barony of Newcastle, in west county Dublin on the Dublin/Kildare border. The townlands are Athgoe, Athgoe North and Athgoe South.

Aylesbury, Tallaght

Aylesbury is a housing development in Tallaght, Ireland. Aylesbury was built in the 1970s in the area historically known as Old Bawn and although Old Bawn still exists Aylesbury is now the larger settlement. The local church, dedicated to St Mart ...

Ballycullen

Ballycullen is a townland and suburb of Dublin, Ireland situated next to Knocklyon. Ballycullen is a townland in the civil parish of Tallaght, located in Dublin 16 and Dublin 24. Part of Ballycullen is in Dublin 24. Part of Ballycullen is South o ...

Balrothery

Balrothery is a village and civil parish located in Fingal, Ireland. The town has historically been called in Irish Baile Ruairi. The 2016 census population for Balrothery was 2.017.

Balrothery East

Balrothery East is a feudal title of nobility and one of the baronies of Ireland. Originally part of the Lordship of Meath, it was then constituted as part of the old county of Dublin. Today, it lies in the modern county of Fingal. The barony was ...

Balrothery West

Balrothery West is a feudal title of nobility and one of the baronies of Ireland. Originally part of the Lordship of Meath, it was then constituted as part of the old county of Dublin. Today, it lies in the modern county of Fingal.

Balscaddan

Balscaddan is a village in Fingal, Ireland. It is the most northerly village of Dublin, approx 5 km north of Balbriggan and close to the Meath border. Balscaddan is also the name of the townland around the village, and the civil parish of which i ...

Brehons Chair

Brehons Chair, sometimes Druids Chair, is a megalithic site, and national monument, in Whitechurch, Rathfarnham, Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown, in the traditional County Dublin, Ireland.

Cloghran, Coolock

Cloghran is a civil parish in the ancient barony of Coolock in Ireland. It consists of eight townlands: Baskin, Cloghran, Clonshagh, Corballis, Middletown, Springhill, Stockhole, Toberbunny. According to Lewis 1837 survey, "Limestone abounds, and ...

Clonliffe

For the Dublin athletic club, see Clonliffe Harriers Clonliffe is an area of North Dublin, Ireland, between Ballybough and Drumcondra. Clonliffe Road is the wide linking thoroughfare nearly a mile long forming the central artery. There is an entr ...

Colt Island

Colt Island is the closest and smallest of three low-lying, uninhabited islands off the headland of Skerries, Fingal, County Dublin in Ireland.

Damastown

Damastown is a townland in the civil parish of Mulhuddart in Fingal, Ireland. The townland is located west of the village of Mulhuddart and is north of the N3 road. A 1.8 km link road is nearing completion to link Damastown to the Cruiserath Road ...

Edmondstown

Edmondstown, sometimes spelled Edmundstown, is an area in South Dublin. It situated on the R116 regional road, south of Ballyboden and north of Rockbrook, in the valley of the Owendoher River. Edmondstown National School is a Catholic Vertical Pr ...

Fitzwilliam Square

Fitzwilliam Square is a Georgian garden square in the south of central Dublin, Ireland. It was the last of the five Georgian squares in Dublin to be built, and is the smallest. The square was developed by Richard FitzWilliam, 7th Viscount FitzWil ...

Fownes Street

Fownes Street is a street in Dublin in the Republic of Ireland that runs from Wellington Quay in the north to Dame Street in the south. It is crossed by Temple Bar in the north and joined by Cecilia Street on its western side and Cope Street on i ...

Georges Dock, Dublin

Georges Dock is in the Docklands area of Dublin, close to the International Financial Services Centre. Originally built in the 1820s as a working maritime dock, it was named for George IV of the United Kingdom. As with other public spaces within ...

Glenview, Tallaght

Glenview is a series of small estates in Tallaght, South Dublin. Glenview is home to a population of almost 1.700 Census 2002. The Estates include the larger Glenview Park, which includes a small shopping center See below. The other estates are G ...

Kilmore West

Kilmore West is a locality within Coolock, situated on Dublins Northside, Ireland. Located in the Dublin 5 district, it borders Santry, Beaumont, Artane, and other areas within Coolock. It is part of the larger Kilmore area. Kilmore West has nati ...

Loughshinny

Loughshinny is a small coastal village in northern County Dublin, Ireland, between Skerries and Rush. Loughshinnys more famous landmarks are the Martello Tower on the nearby headland of Drumanagh and some unusual rock formations visible on some o ...

Man of War, Fingal

Man Of War is a small populated place in Fingal, Ireland. It is centred on the townlands of Courtlough, Malhenry and Palmerstown which lie in the civil parish of Balrothery. It is located about 24 kilometres north of Dublin city, between the town ...

Merrion Centre, Dublin

The Merrion Centre in Dublin, Ireland is a shopping centre situated at the junction of Nutley Lane with Merrion Road. It serves the community of Dublin 4. It is anchored by the Tesco supermarket and the Japanese embassy is located in the centre. ...

Naul Hills

The Naul Hills, or Man-of-War Hills are low-lying hills in Fingal, Ireland, close to the village of Naul, formerly called The Naul. They lie beside the County Meath border, 30 kilometres north of Dublin City, 16 km north-northwest of Swords, and ...

North Strand

The area is physically bounded by the River Tolka to the north and the railway tracks to the east. North Strand is considered to extend to the Five Lamps junction to the south, and to neighbouring Ballybough to the northwest. It lies within two p ...

Nutgrove

Alternate uses: Nutgrove, St Helens Nutgrove is an area in Rathfarnham, County Dublin. It is a suburban area at the foot of the Dublin mountains between Churchtown and Rathfarnham around the Nutgrove Shopping Centre. It used to be the home of Rat ...

Palmerston Park, Dublin

Palmerston Park is a park in Rathmines, a suburb of Dublin, Ireland. The park is situated at the top of Palmerston Road, in Rathmines, Dublin 6. It is split into two sections, the east section consisting of open grass areas with a path around lea ...

Pearse Square

Originally named Queens Square after the newly-crowned British Queen Victoria, the square consists of 48 houses, built between 1838 and 1855. The park at the centre of the square was in private ownership until the late 1880s, when it was purchase ...

Peoples Park, Dun Laoghaire

The Peoples Park is a small public park in the suburban town of Dun Laoghaire, south of Dublin, Ireland. Located near the East Pier of Dun Laoghaire Harbour and Glasthule, it opened in 1890, and major elements were redeveloped between 1985 and 1997.

Pimlico, Dublin

Pimlico is an inner city area of Dublin, Ireland on the southside in Dublin 8. It lies between Thomas Court and Ardee Street. At the Thomas Court end of Pimlico is Pimlico Cottage. It is close to the St. Jamess Gate Guinness Brewery and the smell ...

Red Gap

This article is for the hill in Ireland. For the populated place on Vancouver Island, Canada, see Red Gap, British Columbia. Red Gap is a hill around 400 feet above sea level, 16 kilometres southwest of Dublin city centre in the Dublin Mountains ...

Rialto, Dublin

Rialto is bounded to the east and north by The Liberties, St. Jamess Hospital and an original section of the Grand Canal stretching from Suir Bridge to James Street Basin, which was built for freight transport to and from the nearby Guinness brew ...

Rivermeade

The Rivermeade Estate comprises 175 homes over five streets, just to the south of the Ward River. It is served by the Rivermeade Park stop of the Dublin Bus 40B route, the terminus. The housing was at least partly originally built to house people ...

Rogerstown Estuary

Rogerstown Estuary is an estuary in Ireland. It is situated just north of the Donabate-Portrane peninsula, and also south of Rush, on Irelands east coast about 25 km north of Dublin. The estuary is made up of saltwater marshes, raised salt marsh, ...

Shenick Island

Shenick Island or Shenicks Island is an island that lies east of Skerries, County Dublin, Ireland. It is populated only by seals that harbour on the western side of the island and a few different species of seabirds nest there. It may be reached ...

Sutton Park, Dublin

Sutton Park is one of the constituent residential areas which make up the suburb of Bayside Irish: Cois Ba on the coastline of Dublin Bay, Ireland. Built in the 1960s, it is situated between Bayside Shopping Centre, the Dublin Area Rapid Transit ...

Wolfe Tone Square

Wolfe Tone Park, sometimes known as Wolfe Tone Square, is a public space in Dublin, Ireland. Named for Theobald Wolfe Tone, the park is the site of a graveyard that was attached to St. Marys Church. The graveyard was deconsecrated in 1966 and lai ...

Wood Quay

Wood Quay is a riverside area of Dublin that was a site of Viking settlement. The site is bounded on the north side by Wood Quay on the River Liffey, on the west by Winetavern Street, on the south by Johns Lane and on the east by Fishamble Street ...

Barna Woods

Barna Woods is an area of mixed broadleaf woodland located in Barna, County Galway, Ireland. The woods are approximately 3 miles from Galway city centre near Galway Bay. The Woods are accessible from Cappagh park which is located in Knocknacara.

Bohermore

Bohermore is an area of Galway, Ireland. It got this name as it was the main road into Galway City from the east in medieval times. There is a large cemetery located in Bohermore known as the "New Cemetery", which contains two mortuary chapels, o ...