Griffith College Ireland – Irish: Coláiste Uí Ghríofa – is the largest and longest established private third level (higher education) college in the Republic of Ireland.
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Swords (from Irish: Sord Cholmcille) is the county town of Fingal in County Dublin, Ireland. It is variously defined as an expansive satellite town within commuting distance of Dublin proper, as a large suburb of the capital and as an emerging city in its own right. It is about 13 km north of Dublin city centre. The name "Swords" may also be applied to the townland, the civil parish or to the local electoral area. At the 2011 census the total urban population of greater Swords was 42,738 but when local electoral area definitions are taken into account, the population is 68,583.
Latitude: 53° 27' 34.99" N
Longitude: -6° 13' 5.02" W
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