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Clondalkin (Irish: Cluain Dolcáin, meaning "Dolcan's meadow") is a town situated 10 km west of Dublin, Ireland, in the county of South Dublin.

Population: 14,508

Latitude: 53° 19' 27.98" N
Longitude: -6° 23' 49.99" W

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