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Ennis (/ˈɛ.nɪs/; Irish: Inis, meaning "island") is a town located in Mid-West Region of Ireland and is the county town of County Clare. Situated on the River Fergus just north of where it enters the Shannon Estuary, it lies north west of Limerick and south of Galway. The town is also 19 km (12 mi) from Shannon Airport. The Irish name for the town is short for Inis Cluain Ramh Fhada ("island of the long rowing meadow").

Population: 24,427

Latitude: 52° 50' 37.00" N
Longitude: -8° 59' 11.00" W

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  • Kilmaley

    Kilmaley (Irish: Cill Mháille) is civil parish and a village situated 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) west of the town of Ennis, County Clare, Ireland. The name "Kilmaley" came from the Irish language "Cill Mhaile" which translates to Church of (Saint) Maley…