Place:Mitchelstown, Brigown, County Cork, Republic of Ireland

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NameMitchelstown
Alt namesBaile Mhistéalasource: Wikipedia
TypeTown
Coordinates52.267°N 8.267°W
Located inBrigown, County Cork, Republic of Ireland
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Mitchelstown is a town in County Cork, Ireland with a population of approximately 3300. Mitchelstown is situated in the valley to the south of the Galtee Mountains close to the Mitchelstown Caves and is 28 km from Cahir, 50 km from Cork and 59 km from Limerick. The River Gradoge runs by the town into the River Funshion, which in turn is a tributary of the River Blackwater. The town is best known as a centre for cheese production.

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