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Cavan (/ˈkævən/; Irish: an Cabhán, meaning "the hollow") is the county town of County Cavan in Ireland. The town lies in Ulster, in the Republic of Ireland, near the border with Northern Ireland. The town is on the main road – the N3 road – linking Dublin (to the south) with Enniskillen, Ballyshannon and Donegal Town (to the north).

Population: 6,388

Latitude: 53° 59' 26.99" N
Longitude: -7° 21' 38.02" W

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  • County Cavan

    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).

  • Killeshandra

    Killeshandra or Killashandra - Irish place name Cill na Seanrátha meaning Church of the Old Rath (ringforts) population 1,143, is a small town in County Cavan, Ireland, located 20 km (12 mi) northwest of Cavan town and is central to County Cavan's l…

  • Ballyconnell

    Ballyconnell (Irish: Béal Átha Conaill, meaning "Entrance to the Ford of Conall") is a town in County Cavan, Ireland. It is situated on the N87 national secondary road at the junction of four townlands Annagh, Cullyleenan, Doon and Derryginny in the…

  • Crom Castle

    Crom Castle (Irish: Caisleán na Croime) is situated on the shores of the Upper Lough Erne in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, and set within a 1,900-acre (7.7 km2) estate. The present structure was built in 1820 and, although Queen Victoria's rei…

  • Ulster Canal

    The Ulster Canal is a disused canal running through part of County Armagh, County Tyrone and County Fermanagh in Northern Ireland and County Monaghan in the Republic of Ireland. In the early 19th century the idea of linking the lowlands around Lough…

  • Ballyhaise

    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 …

  • Arvagh

    Arvagh (Irish: Ármhach, meaning "Battlefield") or Arva, is a town in County Cavan, Ireland, on the shores of Garty Lough and overlooked by Bruse Mountain. It is a scenic town situated in the centre of the drumlin belt.

  • Crom Estate

    The Crom Estate (pronounced crumb) is a nature reserve located in the south of County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, along the shores of Upper Lough Erne. It is one of three estates owned and managed by the National Trust in County Fermanagh, the othe…

  • Lough Sheelin

    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…

  • Teemore

    Teemore (from Irish an Tigh Mór, meaning "the great house") is a townland in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, three miles south of Derrylin. In the 2001 Census it had a population of four hundred people.

  • Lough Oughter

    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.

  • Finnea

    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.