Lenamore is a townland in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. It is at the foot of the mountain Benbradagh near Dungiven. It was once a village more populous than Drumsurn until the introduction of electricity to that village.
Articles near the latitude and longitude of Letterkenny
Letterkenny (Irish: Leitir Ceanainn, meaning "Hillside of the O'Cannons"), known as the Cathedral Town, is the largest and most populous urban settlement in County Donegal and the tidiest in Ireland. Its English name is derived from the Irish name Leitir Ceanainn, meaning "Hillside of the O'Cannons" – the O'Cannons being the last of the ancient chieftains of Tír Conaill. With a population of 19,588, Letterkenny is located on the River Swilly in east Donegal.
Latitude: 54° 57' 0.00" N
Longitude: -7° 43' 59.99" W
Articles of interest in Letterkenny
179 Articles of interest near Letterkenny, IrelandShow all articles in the map
Landahaussy or Landahussy (possibly from Irish: Lann Uí Eoghasa, meaning "Ó Eoghasa's church") is a small village and townland near Plumbridge in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland.
Killaloo (from Irish: Coill a' Lao, meaning "wood of the calf" or Cill Dhalua meaning "Dalua's church") is a townland and hamlet in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. It is about six miles southeast of Derry, on the main Derry to Belfast road. In…
Kilclooney is a townland located near Ballinasloe, County Galway, Ireland.
Immaculate Conception College is a Roman Catholic secondary school situated in Waterside, Derry, Northern Ireland, catering for students from the ages of 11-19. The current principal is Mr. Frank Orr.
Gweebarra Bay (Irish: Gaoth Beara) is located on the west coast of County Donegal, in Ireland.
Goshedan (from Irish: Geosadán, meaning "(place of) thistle") is a hamlet and townland in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. In the 2001 Census it had a population of 90 people. It is within the Derry City Council area.
Glenmornan (from Irish: Gleann Mórnáin) is a hamlet in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. It is in the townland of Brownhill, northeast of Strabane and southeast of Artigarvan. In the 2001 Census it had a population of 78 people. Glenmornan is in the …
Glenelly Valley or simply Glenelly (from the Irish: Gleann Aichle) is the longest valley in the Sperrin Mountains in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. It lies within the Sperrin Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and is also in an Environmenta…
Glenelly St. Joseph's (Irish: Gleann Eallaigh Naoimh Seosaimh) is a Gaelic Athletic Association club.
Foreglen (from Irish: Fiodhnach/Fiodhnaigh, meaning "woody place") is a village in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. It is 6km west of Dungiven on the A6 Foreglen Road, a main route linking Belfast and Derry. Limavady is 18 km to the north and D…
Saint Mary's Faughanvale GAA (Irish: CLG Naomh Muire Nuachongbháil) is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in Greysteel, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland, in the parish of Faughanvale, nine miles from Derry City.
Evish (Irish: Eimhis, meaning "coarse mountain pasture") is a small rural community area and townland in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, 3 miles from Strabane and 7 miles from Plumbridge. It is situated in the barony of Strabane Lower and the civil…
Saint Colm's GAC Drum (Irish: CLG Naomh Colm An Droim) is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in the rural area of Drum and Gortnahey, near Dungiven, in Northern Ireland.
Doire Colmcille CLG is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in Derry, Northern Ireland.
Crocknalaragagh is a mountain in County Donegal, Ireland with a height of 471 m.
John Mitchel's GAC Claudy (Irish: CLG Seán Uí Mhisteil Clóidigh) is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in Claudy, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. The club is a member of Derry GAA and currently caters for Gaelic football.
Clann na nGael Aughabrack Dunamanagh G.A.C., abbreviated CnaG, is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in the north of County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, with its home grounds based at Aughabrack and Dunamanagh.