Portlaoise Prison (Irish: Príosún Phort Laoise) is Ireland's only high security prison. It is located in Portlaoise, County Laois.
Latitude and longitude of Portarlington
Portarlington, historically called Cooletoodera (from Irish: Cúil an tSúdaire, meaning "nook of the tanner"), is a town on the border of County Laois and County Offaly, Ireland. The River Barrow forms the border. The town was recorded in the census of 2006 as having a population of 6,004.
Latitude: 53° 09' 43.99" N
Longitude: -7° 11' 28.00" W
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Old Croghan Man (Seanfhear Chruacháin in Irish) is the name given to a well-preserved Iron Age bog body found in an Irish bog in June 2003. The remains are named after Croghan Hill, north of Daingean, County Offaly, near where the body was found. Th…
This is a list of the tallest structures on the island of Ireland. Those in Northern Ireland are marked with an asterisk.
Croghan Hill is the remains of an extinct volcano of the Carboniferous period and rises from the Bog of Allen in the midlands of Ireland in County Offaly. Though only 234 metres (768 ft) high it commands extensive views of the surrounding midland co…
Dunamase or The Rock of Dunamase (Irish: Dún Másc "fort of Másc") is a rocky outcrop in the townland of Park or Dunamase in County Laois. The rock, 46 metres (151 ft) above a flat plain, has the ruins of Dunamase Castle, a defensive stronghold datin…
Timahoe (Irish: Tigh Mochua: 'House of Mochua') is a village in County Laois, Ireland, 12 km south of Portlaoise on the R426 regional road.
Rosenallis (historically Rossinallis, from Irish: Ros Fhionnghlaise, meaning "wood of the clear stream") is a village in north County Laois, Ireland.
O'Moore Park (Irish: Páirc Uí Mhórdha) is a GAA stadium in Portlaoise, County Laois, Ireland.
The Tullamore transmitter was an AM radio transmission mast located near Tullamore, Ireland. Built in 1975 to replace the Athlone transmitter, it always carried RTÉ Radio 1 on 567 kHz, at 500 kW.
Kildangan GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association club in Kildangan, County Kildare, Ireland, not to be confused with the similarly named Kildangan GAA, based in County Tipperary.
Bracknagh or Bracnagh (Irish: Breacánach) is a small village in County Offaly, Ireland.
Rhode GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association club located just outside the Village of Rhode in County Offaly, Ireland.
Portlaoise GAA is a hurling and Gaelic football club in Portlaoise, County Laois, Ireland.
Portarlington GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association gaelic football club in Portarlington, County Laois, Ireland.
Clonad GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association hurling club in County Laois, Ireland which fields teams from Under-10 right up to adult level. While Clonad GAA club has successfully fielded underage and adult gaelic football teams in the past, football…
Vicarstown, historically known as Ballynevicar, Ballyvicar and Ballyvicary (Irish: Baile an Bhiocáire, meaning "town of the vicar"), is a village in County Laois, Ireland. It stands at the point where the R427 regional road crosses the Grand Canal o…
The Heath GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association gaelic football club in County Laois, Ireland.
Rathangan GAA Club is a Gaelic football club based in Rathangan, County Kildare, Ireland. It was founded in 1888 and had many difficulties early on as there were many different local teams in the parish. For the first official games played by Rathan…