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Roads in County Clare



Blarney is a town and townland approximately 8 km north-west of Cork city in Ireland. It is the site of Blarney Castle, home of the legendary Blarney Stone. Originally administered by Cork County Council, following the 2019 Cork boundary change, ...



Goleen is a small rural village in County Cork on the south-western tip of Ireland. Farming and construction work are the main occupations of the local people. Many are involved with some aspect of the tourist business, looking after some of the ...


Mizen Head

Mizen Head is located at the extremity of the Mizen Peninsula in the district of Carbery in County Cork, southwest Ireland.


Rock Island (Ireland)

Rock Island is a promontory in West Cork, Ireland, situated about 2 kilometres south of the village of Goleen, at the entrance to the inlet of Crookhaven. Not a true island, Rock Island is surrounded on three sides by sea while a small strip of l ...


Shandon, Cork

Shandon is a district on the north-side of Cork city. Shandon lies north of the River Lee and North Gate Bridge, the northernmost point of the medieval city. Several landmarks of Corks north-side are located in the area, including the bell tower ...


West Cork

West Cork is a region in County Cork, Ireland. Traditionally a tourist destination, the area is marketed to tourists for its rugged peninsulas, beaches such as Inchydoney, Owenahincha and Barleycove, and towns and villages such as Skibbereen, Clo ...


Parks in County Cork



Canovee is the name of a rural region and a village nucleus in the Lee valley in County Cork, Ireland. The toponym Canovee is synonymous with the official version Cannaway, and the Electoral Division of Cannaway.


Carrigrohane Straight

The Carrigrohane Straight is a straight segment of road that stretches for 2.75 miles, from the edge of Cork west to Carrigrohane in County Cork, Ireland. It is just over 140 years old, and now forms part of the N22 National Primary route between ...


Long Island, County Cork

Long Island, historically called Inishfada, is an island that lies south of Schull, County Cork, Ireland. It has a permanent population of no more than 10. The island is named for being 4.8 km long and only 0.8 km wide. It is the third largest of ...


Sliabh Luachra

Sliabh Luachra, sometimes anglicised Slieve Logher, is an upland region in Munster, Ireland. It is on the borders the counties Cork, Kerry and Limerick, and bounded to the south by the River Blackwater. It includes the Mullaghareirk Mountains.


Civil parishes of County Cork


Townlands of County Cork


Silverleaf Indian breadroot

Psoralea argophylla is a species of legume in the family Fabaceae. The species is native to the central United States, as well as the three Canadian prairie provinces, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. Psoralea argophylla grows naturally on fo ...


Roads in County Cork



Dunaff is a townland in the Urris Valley, located in the North-West corner of the Inishowen Peninsula. It is in the Electoral Division of Dunaff, in Civil Parish of Clonmany, in the Barony of Inishowen East, in County Donegal. It borders the foll ...



Townawilly is a parish in the Barony of Tirhugh within the Roman Catholic Diocese of Raphoe in County Donegal, Ireland. The parish is situated near Donegal Town and to its north on the along the shores of Lough Eske. The mountainous area known lo ...



Urris is a valley to the west of the parish of Clonmany, in County Donegal, Ireland. It comprises the townlands of Crossconnell, Dunaff, Kinnea, Leenan, Letter, and Urrismenagh. It sits on the eastern side of Loch Swilly and it is bounded to the ...


Civil parishes of County Donegal


Townlands of County Donegal


Roads in County Donegal



Ballyblack is an area of rural townland in the Ards Peninsula of County Down, Northern Ireland, approximately 6 miles South East from Newtownards. The area falls into greenbelt. The presence of drumlins gives the landscape a bumpy texture with hi ...


Buildings and structures in County Down


Townlands of County Down


Belfast–Bangor line

The Belfast to Bangor line is a railway line in Northern Ireland, originally part of the Belfast & County Down Railway. All services are operated by NI Railways, the only operator for Northern Ireland. Unlike the rest of the United Kingdom, no ra ...


Tillysburn railway station

Tillysburn railway station was a railway station on the Bangor line of the Belfast and County Down Railway. It opened in 1848, closed in 1945 and was located 2 miles 48 chains from the Queens Quay terminus. It is now a proposed station intended t ...


Railway stations in County Down


Roads in County Down


Parks in County Dublin


The Round O

The Round O Jetty is located in Brooke Park in Enniskillen and on the River Erne which is part of the Lough Erne waterway system. Boats can moor alongside the jetty and a boat for tourists runs to Devenish Island in the summer months. Normally th ...


Buildings and structures in County Fermanagh


Townlands of County Fermanagh


Railway stations in County Fermanagh


Roads in County Fermanagh


Parks in County Galway


Roads in County Galway


Barrow Harbour

Barrow Harbour is a tidal inlet off Tralee Bay, County Kerry, Ireland. Once this was the major port for the region, servicing the monastic settlement of Ardfert and the general area of Tralee. Barrow is overlooked by Tralee Golf Club, from which ...


Gaeltacht Corca Dhuibhne

The Corca Dhuibhne Gaeltacht is located on the western end of the Dingle peninsula in County Kerry. Its a predominantly Irish-speaking area. It stretches from Abhainn an Scail to Dun Chaoin and An Clochan to An Daingean. The villages in the area ...


Ring of Kerry

The Ring of Kerry is a 179-kilometre-long circular tourist route in County Kerry, south-western Ireland. Clockwise from Killarney it follows the N71 to Kenmare, then the N70 around the Iveragh Peninsula to Killorglin – passing through Sneem, Wate ...



Rossbeigh, or Rossbehy, is a beach located approximately 1.6 km from the village of Glenbeigh, in County Kerry, Ireland. It is on the Ring of Kerry on the Iveragh Peninsula. Rossbeigh is part of the Castlemaine Harbour Special Area of Conservatio ...


Civil parishes of County Kerry


Townlands of County Kerry


The Black Valley

The Black Valley or Cummeenduff is a remote valley at the southern end of the MacGillycuddys Reeks mountain range in Kerry, situated south of the Gap of Dunloe and north of Molls Gap; it is used as a southerly access into the Gap of Dunloe. The v ...


Parks in County Kerry


Roads in County Kerry



Hazelhatch is an area on the border between County Kildare and South Dublin in Ireland. It is located approximately halfway between Celbridge and Newcastle. It is located on the R405 regional road. The Grand Canal passes through the area, and Haz ...


Civil parishes of County Kildare


Townlands of County Kildare



Donadea is a civil parish in the barony of Ikeathy and Oughterany in the north of County Kildare, Ireland. There are seven townlands in the parish. There are no large centres of population in the parish. Donadea is noted for its public forest par ...

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