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Ballyjamesduff (Irish: Baile Shéamais Dhuibh, meaning "Town of Black James") is a medium-sized town with a population of 2,240 in County Cavan in Ireland, located on the R194 regional road.

Population: 2,568

Latitude: 53° 51' 55.01" N
Longitude: -7° 12' 10.01" W

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