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Loughlinstown (Irish: Baile Uí Lachnáin, meaning "The Town of O'Loughnin") is a south Dublin suburb.

Population: 3,665

Latitude: 53° 14' 38.00" N
Longitude: -6° 07' 59.02" W

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