County Cavan (Irish: Contae an Chabháin) is a county in Ireland. It is in the province of Ulster and is part of the Border Region. It is named after the town of Cavan and is based on the historic Gaelic territory of East Breffny (Bréifne).
Latitude and longitude of Ballyjamesduff
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.
Latitude: 53° 51' 55.01" N
Longitude: -7° 12' 10.01" W
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Loughcrew (Irish: Loch Craobh) is near Oldcastle, County Meath, Ireland. (Sometimes written Lough Crew). Loughcrew is a site of considerable historical importance in Ireland. It is the site of megalithic burial grounds dating back to approximately 3…
Lough Lene (Irish: Loch Léinn) is a lake situated in north County Westmeath, Ireland, between the villages of Castlepollard, Collinstown and Fore.
Ballyhaise (Irish: Béal Átha hÉis, meaning "Entrance to the Ford of the Rapid water") is a village in County Cavan, Ireland. It is situated some 7 km (4.3 mi) north-northeast of Cavan Town. It is approximately a 15-minute drive or 11 km via the N54 …
Stradone (Irish: Sraith an Domhain, meaning "Recess of the Spider") is identified in the current County Cavan, Ireland, Development Plan 2003-2009 as a smaller urban community.
Lough Sheelin (from Irish Loch Síodh Linn, meaning "lake of the fairy pool"), in standard Irish Loch Síleann, is a limestone freshwater lough (lake) in Ireland located in County Westmeath, County Meath and County Cavan near the villages of Finnea (a…
Breffni Park—known for sponsorship reasons as Kingspan Breffni Park— is a GAA stadium in Cavan, Republic of Ireland.
Ballinagh, officially Bellananagh (Irish: Béal Átha na nEach, meaning "ford-mouth of the horses"), is a village in County Cavan, Ireland.
Lough Oughter (Irish: Loch Uachtair) is a lake, or complex of lakes, in County Cavan covering approximately 8931 hectares. It is on the River Erne, and forms the southern part of the Lough Erne complex.
Killinkere (Irish: Cillín Chéir, meaning "Little Black Church") is a civil and ecclesiastical parish of County Cavan in the Republic of Ireland.
Finnea (Irish: Fiodh an Átha, meaning "wood of the ford"), which in English means 'wood of the ford' is a small village in County Westmeath on the border with County Cavan.
Slieve na Calliagh (Irish: Sliabh na Caillí, meaning "the hag's mountain") is the highest peak in a low range of hills in northwest County Meath. The hills are notable as the location of the Loughcrew Megalithic Tomb Cemetery.
Lough Ramor (Irish: Loch Ramhar) is a large natural lake of 741 hectares situated near Virginia, County Cavan. From early records Vita Tripartita identified as being in the territory of Cenal Muinreamhair. The literal meaning of the term Muinreamhai…
Kilnaleck or Kilnalec (Irish: Cill na Leice, meaning "church of the flagstone") is a small village in County Cavan, Ireland on the R154 regional road. Kilnaleck was once the centre of a mining boom when in 1879 some local businessmen and a school he…
Mullaghmeen Hill, (Irish: An Mullach Mín, meaning "smooth summit"), in County Westmeath, Ireland, is situated between the County Cavan border and the Coole end of the Bog of Allen, to the south. It dominates the valley and the 'Westmeath or the Lake…
Crossdoney (Irish: Cros Domhnaigh, meaning "cross of the church") is a village in County Cavan, Ireland.
Moylagh (Irish: Maigh Locha) is part of the parish of Oldcastle in the northwest of County Meath, Ireland.
Kilcogy (Irish: Coill Chóige, meaning "wood of the war"), is a small village and townland in the parish of Mullahoran in south-western County Cavan, Ireland.