Place:Tuarnafola, County Limerick, Republic of Ireland

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NameTuarnafola
TypeTown
Located inCounty Limerick, Republic of Ireland


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Tournafulla, officially Toornafulla, is a village in the southwest of County Limerick, Ireland.

Tournafulla is a long single-street village. It has a Catholic church, primary school, three pubs and a GAA pitch. Locally, a claim is made that Tournafulla is the longest village in Ireland and the third longest linear village in Europe, although there is no official record of such. It is the birthplace of the Munster poet Tadhg Gaelach Ó Súilleabháín (Timothy O'Sullivan) (1715-1795), author of The Pius Miscellany, and who is buried in Ballylaneen Co. Waterford.

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