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M12 motorway

M12 is a 1 ⁄ 2 Length miles of spur motorway in County Armagh, Northern Ireland. It was opened in 1970. He leads from the main M1 motorway, to Portadown, part of the conurbation of Portadown-Craigavon-Lurgan, and forms most of the way from the M1 ...

M22 motorway (Northern Ireland)

In M22 motorway in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. It is 5.6 km long and connects the m2 with the A6. It is part of the unsigned European route E16.

A8(M) motorway (Northern Ireland)

The A8 is a motorway in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. It is 1 mile long and is a spur of the m2 motorway. It was opened on 24 October 1966 and was built at the same time as the M2 section to which it connects. It is part of the unsigned Europe ...

Carlow (barony)

Carlow Barony is bounded on the East Rathvilly, in the South-East then South on idrone from the East, in the South-East idrone from the West, all of the previous also in the baronies of Carlow, to the North of Kilkea and Moone, County of Kildare, ...

Forth (County Carlow barony)

Next, takes its name from the Irish Fortuatha, a term that describes a region de Danann ruled the members of the dominant dynasty in the province. In this case, the region was known as the Fothairt of MAG FEA, "in fothairt plain of beeches".

Idrone East

Idrone from East Barony in County Carlow, Ireland. At the beginning of the Barony idrone from was divided into East and West in 1799.

Idrone West

Idrone from the West of the Barony in County Carlow, Ireland. At the beginning of the Barony idrone from was divided into East and West in 1799.

Rathvilly (barony)

Rathvilly is located on the North-East of County Carlow. It contains the river Slaney and Derreen. Rathvilly Barony borders the following institutions: in the West and Carlow to the South D. To the North of upper Talbotstown, in the East Ballinac ...

St. Mullins Lower

St. Mullins lower, is found in South County Carlow, East of the river barrow and West of the Blackstairs mountains. St Mullins the bottom of the Barony is bordered on the North idrone from the East, in the County of Carlow, in the East and the So ...

Bunratty Lower

The Barony was created after the Norman invasion of Ireland as subdivisions of the County and was used for the administration of justice and increase in income. While baronies continue to be officially defined units, they have been administrative ...

Bunratty Upper

The Barony was created after the Norman invasion of Ireland as subdivisions of the County and was used for the administration of justice and increase in income. While baronies continue to be officially defined units, they have been administrative ...

Burren (barony)

The Barony of Burren is a geographical division of County Clare, Ireland, which in turn is divided into civil parishes. It covers a large part of the Burren.

Clonderalaw

Clonderalaw-historic estate in County Clare, Ireland. Baronies are geographical land, which, in turn, is divided into civil parishes.

Corcomroe (barony)

Corcomroe is an estate in County Clare, Ireland. This is the South half of the Gaelic tuath of Corco Modhruadh.

Ibrickane

Ibrickane is one of the ancient baronies of Ireland. This geographical division of County Clare. It is divided into four civil parishes.

Inchiquin

Inchiquin in an estate in County Clare, Ireland. This geographical unit of Land is one of 11 baronies in the County. Its principal city is Corofin. It is the responsibility of the Board of County Clare.

Islands (barony)

Islands is a Barony located in County Clare, Ireland. This ancient unit of land division in turn is divided into five administrative districts.

Leitrim (County Galway barony)

Leitrim Barony in Ireland, which lies partly in County Galway and part of County Clare. It is located in the extreme South-East of County Galway and northeast Clare. In accordance with the local government act 1898, part of the Barony was transfe ...

Moyarta (barony)

The Barony was created after the Norman invasion of Ireland as subdivisions of the County and was used for the administration of justice and increase in income. While baronies continue to be officially defined units, they have been administrative ...

Tulla Lower

Talla below baronies in County Clare, Ireland. This ancient geographical division of land, in turn, is divided into eight administrative districts.

Tulla Upper

The Tallaght top-an estate in County Clare, Ireland. It is an ancient geographical division of land in turn are divided into seven townships.

Bantry (County Cork barony)

Bantry is a Barony in the West of County cork in Ireland.Patrick Weston Joyce said the name Beanntrai means "descendants of Beann," the son of conchobar Mac Nessa, similarly for the Wexford Barony of Bantry. Of the Barony borders the upper end of ...

Barretts (barony)

Barrett rifles-is a Barony in the North-West of County cork in Ireland. The name comes from the Old English Barrett family. Barretts is bordered by the baronies of the following East to South-West, Duhallow to the North-West, a farm to the North, ...

Barrymore (barony)

Barrymore is an estate in County cork in Ireland. It is the namesake of the Norman de Barry family, finally, created Earl of Barrymore. Barrymore is bordered by eight baronies: In the South-West of the Barony of cork and baronies of cork city. In ...

Carbery East

Carbery East Barony in County cork in Ireland. Its been split since the nineteenth century in the East and West divisions.

Carbery West

West carbery Barony in County cork in Ireland. Its been split since the nineteenth century in the East and West divisions.

Cork City (barony)

The Barony was created after the Norman invasion of Ireland as subdivisions of the County and was used for the administration of justice and increase in income. While baronies continue to be officially defined units, they have been administrative ...

Fermoy (barony)

The farm is an estate in County cork in Ireland. It is bordered by the baronies to the planetarium and Kilmore to the North-West, Duhallow West, Barrett rifles to the South-West, South, Barrymore, Condons and Clangibbon to the East, and Coshlea, ...

Imokilly

Imokilly is one of the baronies of Ireland, an historical geographical unit of area. Its main town of Youghal. This is one of 24 baronies in County cork. Other neighbouring baronies include the Barrymore on West and Kinnatalloon to the North. The ...

Barony of Clanmaurice

Rattoo. Kilfeighny. Dysert partly in Trughanacmy. Killahan. Finuge. ODorney. Ardfert. (Ардферт) Kiltomy. Kilmoyley. Kilshenane. Ballyheigue. Kilflyn. Kilcarragh. Killury. Duagh. Listowel. (Листоуэл)

Trughanacmy

The estate Trughanacmy in County Kerry, Ireland. Barony-of-date administrative district, having ceased to have any public functions since the entry into force of the local government act of 1898. In 1881 Barony was an area of 195.147 acres 78.973 ha.

Carbury (County Kildare barony)

O Ciardha OKeary or OCarey, OCarry., lords of Carbury about the time of the invasion of the Normans, were of the southern UI Neill is group. It is believed that they were in the recent 12th century after the invasion of Breifne pressure on their ...

Connell (barony)

Connell got its name from the old Irishconnell Seancongbhail / Seanchonail, "old settlement", on the site of modern Newbridge, Where St. Conleth lived as a hermit until his consecration in Ad 490. He later was the site of Kays Ford, a crossing po ...

Callan (barony)

The Barony of Callan is a Barony in the West, in the County of Kilkenny, Ireland. The Barony is 22.9 square kilometers in size. This is one of 12 baronies in County Kilkenny. Unusual for the Barony, it only contains two civil parishes, which toge ...

Fassadinin

Fassadinin, sometimes Fassadining, it is a Barony in the North of County Kilkenny, Ireland. This is one of 12 baronies in County Kilkenny. The size of the Barony is 276.2 square kilometers. There are 19 Civil parishes in Fassadinin. Today the mai ...

Galmoy (barony)

Galmoy is a Barony in the North-Western part of County Kilkenny, Ireland. This is one of 12 baronies in County Kilkenny. The size of the Barony is 162.7 square kilometers. There are 12 Civil parishes in Galmoy. Although it is named after the vill ...

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