Situated between Lough Glore and Lough Lene, and Lough Ban, Ireland, the Hill of Ben dominates the valley where Fore abbey was built by De Lacy of the Lord of Meath family for the French Benedictine monks. It rises sharply among the other surroundin…
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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.
Latitude: 53° 51' 55.01" N
Longitude: -7° 12' 10.01" W
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Cavan Gaels is a Gaelic Athletic Association club from Cavan Town, County Cavan in Ireland. They are affiliated to Cavan GAA. The club was founded in 1957 following the merging of 2 clubs in Cavan Town, Cavan Harps and Cavan Slashers. They are the s…
Randoon is a Turgesius Viking fortress located southwest of Lough Lene. The fortress is situated upon a hill in Ranaghan, dominating by its height all other ringforts in the area, and overlooking Lough Lene between the town of Castlepollard and Coll…
Lough Sheever (Irish: Loch Siabhair) is a small lake near Mullingar, County Westmeath, Ireland. It is located off the Castlepollard road about 3 kilometers from Mullingar. The lake is popular with anglers, (coarse fishing) for roach, perch, tench, e…
Lough Lene Gaels (Irish: Gaeil Loch Léinn) is a Gaelic Athletic Association club, based in Collinstown, County Westmeath, Ireland.
Lough Bane (Irish: An Loch Bán) is a lough situated on the borders of County Meath and County Westmeath in Ireland.
Drumone (Irish: Droim Eamhna) is a village in western County Meath, Ireland.