Place:Charleville, Rathgoggan, County Cork, Republic of Ireland

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NameCharleville
Alt namesAn Rathsource: Wikipedia
Rath Luircsource: Wikipedia
Ráth Luircsource: Getty Vocabulary Program
TypeTown
Coordinates52.35°N 8.683°W
Located inRathgoggan, County Cork, Republic of Ireland
source: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names
source: Family History Library Catalog


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Charleville or Ráth Luirc ( or An Ráth) is a town in north County Cork, Ireland. It lies in the Golden Vale, on a tributary of the River Maigue, near the border with County Limerick. Charleville is on the N20 road and is the second-largest town between Limerick and Cork (Mallow is the largest). The Roman Catholic parish of Charleville is within the Diocese of Cloyne. Significant industries in the town include Kerry Co-Op and the construction and services sectors.

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