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Ballyhaunis

Ballyhaunis is a town in County Mayo, Ireland. It is at the crossroads of the N60 and N83 National secondary roads and on the railway line linking Dublin to Westport and Ballina. It is thought that the town grew up around St Marys Augustinian Fri ...

                                               

Bangor Erris

Bangor Erris is a town in Kiltane parish in Erris, County Mayo, Ireland with a population of over 300. It is on the banks of the Owenmore River and is a "gateway" to the Erris Peninsula linking Belmullet with Ballina and Westport. It is located a ...

                                               

Belcarra, County Mayo

Belcarra is a village in County Mayo, Ireland about 10 kilometres south-east of the county town of Castlebar. There are a number of shops in the village, including two general stores, two bars, a petrol station, hardware store and post office. Th ...

                                               

Bellaghy, County Sligo

                                               

Bellavary

Bellavary, more widely known as Ballyvary, is a village in County Mayo, Ireland. It is situated on the N5 between Swinford and Castlebar north-east of the latter), close to Foxford and the River Moy. The 2006 census showed that Ballyvary had a po ...

                                               

Binghamstown

Binghamstown is a townland and village in County Mayo, Ireland. It lies on the R313 regional road on the Mullet Peninsula, near the town of Belmullet.

                                               

Bohola

Bohola is a village, in the barony of Gallen, County Mayo, Ireland located along the N5 national primary road, which gives its name to the parish of Bohola. Its amenities include two pubs, a post office and a Catholic church.

                                               

Bonniconlon, County Mayo

Bonniconlon, officially Bunnyconnellan, is a village in the barony of Gallen in north County Mayo, Ireland. The village is on the R294 regional road to the east of Ballina, County Mayo, and close to the Ox Mountains. Bonniconlon was previously wi ...

                                               

Brickens

Brickens, officially Brickeens, is a village and townland on the N60 road between Ballyhaunis and Claremorris in southeast County Mayo in Ireland. The River Robe flows through the village which is 65 metres above sea level, and old ordnance surve ...

                                               

Carnacon

Carnacon or Carrownacon is an area in central County Mayo in Ireland. It is situated about 12 miles from Castlebar, and is about 8 miles from Claremorris and Ballinrobe.

                                               

Charlestown, County Mayo

Charlestown was built in the mid-19th century on the initiative of Lord Dillons agent, Charles Strickland, adjoining Bellaghy in County Sligo. Including Bellaghy, the town has a population of approximately 1000. There are two schools in Charlesto ...

                                               

Claremorris

Claremorris is a town in County Mayo in the west of Ireland, at the junction of the N17 and the N60 national routes. Claremorris is the fastest growing town in County Mayo. There was a 31% increase in the towns population between 2006 and 2011 an ...

                                               

Crossmolina

Samuel Lewis Crossmolina is a town in the Barony of Tyrawley in County Mayo, Ireland, as well as the name of the parish in which Crossmolina is situated. The town sits on the River Deel near the northern shore of Lough Conn. Crossmolina is about ...

                                               

Foxford

Foxford is a village 16 km south of Ballina in County Mayo, Ireland. It stands on the N26 national primary route from Swinford to Ballina and has a railway station served by trains between Manulla Junction and Ballina. Foxford lies on the River M ...

                                               

Glenamoy

Glenamoy is a general term for the following townlands: Bellagelly south Beal a Ghoile meaning "mouth of the stomach" Baralty Barr Altaigh meaning "hills/cliffs/anything high" Bellagelly North Beal a Ghoile meaning "mouth of the stomach" Lenareva ...

                                               

Glencastle

Glencastle is a small village in the northwest of County Mayo, Ireland. The townland incorporates an area of 2.336 acres.

                                               

Hollymount

Hollymount is a village on the R331 regional road in County Mayo, Ireland. It lies midway between the towns of Ballinrobe and Claremorris in the plains of south Mayo. It has a post office, a mini-mart, a community centre, a small fuel/petrol stat ...

                                               

Islandeady

Islandeady is a village in County Mayo, Ireland, about halfway between the towns of Castlebar and Westport. The parish of Islandeady meets Castlebar to the east, Westport and Newport to the west, and Aughagower and Killawalla to the south. There ...

                                               

Kilcummin

Kilcummin is a beachhead and civil parish on the northern coast of County Mayo in Ireland. Traditionally a fishing community, the Kilcummin area is sparsely populated. The "Tir Saile - North Mayo Sculpture Trail" and "Tour dHumbert" tourist route ...

                                               

Kilkelly

Kilkelly is a village in Kilmovee parish County Mayo, Ireland. It is just south of Ireland West Airport Knock on the N17, a national primary road running between Galway and Sligo. Kilkelly is a small village, notable due to the song "Kilkelly, Ir ...

                                               

Killala

Killala is a village in County Mayo in Ireland, north of Ballina. The railway line from Dublin to Ballina once extended to Killala. To the west of Killala is a Townsplots West, which contains a number of ancient forts.

                                               

Killawalla

Killawalla or Killavally is a village located in County Mayo, Ireland, seven miles from Westport on the R330 road to Ballinrobe. Saint Patrick is alleged to have passed this way en route to Croagh Patrick, and accordingly the local Catholic churc ...

                                               

Kilmovee

Kilmovee is a village and civil parish in County Mayo, Ireland. It is a mainly rural parish on the R325 road, midway between Kilkelly and Ballaghaderreen. In 1975, Kilmovee teacher Seosamh Mac Gabhann set up a Senior Ceili Band in Kilmovee, named ...

                                               

Kiltimagh

Kiltimagh is a town in County Mayo in Ireland. As of the 2016 census, the town had a population of 1.069 people. Although there in no river going through the town, three rivers flow around the town, the Glore River, Yellow River and Pollagh River ...

                                               

Knock, County Mayo

Knock Mary") is a village in County Mayo, Ireland. Its notability is derived from the Knock Shrine, an approved Catholic shrine and place of pilgrimage where the faithful believe that the Blessed Virgin Mary, Saint Joseph and Saint John the Evang ...

                                               

Knockmore, County Mayo

Knockmore is a village in County Mayo, Ireland in the Parish of Backs. It is adjacent to Lough Conn between the towns of Castlebar and Ballina.

                                               

Lahardane

Lahardane, also sometimes spelled Lahardaun, is a village in the parish of Addergoole, County Mayo, Ireland, adjacent to Lough Conn and to Nephin, and close to the towns of Crossmolina, Castlebar and Ballina. The 2016 census recorded a population ...

                                               

Midfield, County Mayo

Midfield is a village, in the barony of Gallen, in County Mayo, in Ireland. It is located close to the towns of Kilkelly, Kiltimagh, and Swinford, and to Ireland West Airport.

                                               

Moygownagh

Moygownagh is a parish in the Barony of Tyrawley, County Mayo, Ireland. Moygownagh borders the parishes of Kilfian, and Crossmolina. The parish is on the R315 Crossmolina to Ballycastle road. A modern community centre acts as a meeting place and ...

                                               

Mulranny

Mulranny - sometimes spelled as Mallaranny, Mulrany, Malaranny, Mullaranny, Mullranny or Mulranny - is a seaside village on the isthmus between Clew Bay and Blacksod Bay in County Mayo, Ireland. Common plants in the area include large fuchsias, f ...

                                               

Newport, County Mayo

Newport, historically known as Ballyveaghan and for many years also known as Newport-Pratt, is a small town in the barony of Burrishoole, County Mayo, Ireland. The population was 626 in 2016. It is located on the west coast of Ireland, along the ...

                                               

Pontoon, County Mayo

Pontoon is a lakeside village on the R310 regional road in County Mayo in Ireland, situated between Lough Conn and Lough Cullin, and near the town of Foxford. The dance hall in Pontoon attracted large numbers of people to its week-end dances from ...

                                               

Shrule

Shrule is a village on the N84 road in County Mayo in Ireland. The county boundary between Mayo and County Galway follows the course of the Black River on the south side of the village. The ruin of Shrule Castle, a fortification built by the Norm ...

                                               

Swinford

Swinford, is a town in County Mayo, Ireland. It is surrounded by the settlements of Midfield, Meelick, Culmore, Cloonaghboy, Killasser, Kinaffe and other villages. It is just off the N5 road, located 18 km from Ireland West Airport Knock. Situate ...

                                               

Tornragee

Tonragee is a village situated on the Currane peninsula in the parish of Achill. It has its own national school, a pub called the Way Inn, and it also has a pipe band, the Tornragee Pipeband.

                                               

Turlough, County Mayo

Turlough, is a village in County Mayo, Ireland, 6 km northeast of Castlebar. It is known for the presence of the Museum of Country Life, and for its well-preserved and unusually squat round tower, built between 900 and 1200. Turlough is also the ...

                                               

Agher

Agher House faced east with the wing to the south side. The gardens include trees and shrubs, with a pond to the west of the house. The Winters had many servants including a butler, cook, housekeeper and maids as well as a coachman, a carpenter a ...

                                               

Ardcath

Ardcath is a small village in County Meath, Ireland. The surrounding villages include Garristown, Clonalvy, Duleek, Battramstown, Bellewstown and Stamullen. Ardcath means "height of the battle" in Irish, and refers to a battle recorded in the Boo ...

                                               

Ashbourne, County Meath

Ashbourne, historically called Killeglan or Kildeglan, is the second largest town in County Meath, Ireland. It is about 20 km north of Dublin close to the M2 motorway.

                                               

Athboy

Athboy, is a small agricultural town located in County Meath. The town is located on the Yellow Ford River, in wooded country near the County Westmeath border.

                                               

Batterstown

Batterstown is a small rural village in the townland of Rathregan, County Meath, Ireland. It is about 23 km northwest of Dublin, on the R154 regional road. It hosts a yearly cycling race. There are approximately forty houses in Batterstown. The p ...

                                               

Carnaross

Carnaross or Carnaros is a small town in County Meath, Ireland, approximately 4 km northwest of Kells on the R147 road between Kells and Virginia, County Cavan.

                                               

Clonard, County Meath

Clonard is a small village in County Meath, Ireland. It lies on the R148 regional road between the towns of Kinnegad and Enfield. This road was the main road between Dublin and Galway until the construction of the M4 motorway. It is still used by ...

                                               

Clonee

Clonee is a village and a townland in County Meath, Ireland. It borders Fingal to the east at the townlands of Huntstown and Littlepace, and is sometimes used in addresses for housing in those townlands. The River Tolka passes the village.

                                               

Curraha

Curraha, also written Curragha, is a small village located 4.5 km from Ashbourne and 4 km from Ratoath, County Meath, Ireland on the R155 road between Ratoath and the junction with the N2. The built-up area is mainly within Crickstown townland. T ...

                                               

Donacarney

Donacarney is a village in the area known as East Meath in County Meath, Ireland, close to Drogheda and the border with County Louth. It contains one church, two estates, two schools, and one pub. Although it includes the townlands of Donacarney ...

                                               

Donore, County Meath

Donore, historically Dunower, is a small village in County Meath, Ireland. It lies near Drogheda on the border between County Meath and County Louth, in the Boyne Valley on the road between Drogheda and the Bru na Boinne heritage site. During the ...

                                               

Drumconrath

Drumconrath or Drumcondra is a small village in north County Meath, Ireland. The parish borders County Louth and is also close to the borders of Counties Monaghan and Cavan. As of the 2016 census, the village had a population of 345 people. The v ...

                                               

Drumree

Drumree is a settled area in south County Meath, Ireland, south of Dunsany and approximately 26 kilometres from Dublin city centre. The next nearest settlement was the hamlet at Dunsany Cross Roads. Lord Dunsany lived at Dunsany Castle to the nor ...

                                               

Duleek

Duleek is a village in County Meath, Ireland. Duleek takes its name from the Irish word daimh liag, meaning house of stones and referring to an early stone-built church, St Cianan’s Church, the ruins of which are still visible in Duleek today.

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