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Creeharmore Destination Guide

Explore Creeharmore in Ireland.

Creeharmore in the region of Ireland (general) is a place in Ireland - some 84 mi (or 135 km) West of Dublin, the country's capital city.

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Current time in Creeharmore is now 10:59 AM (Saturday). The local timezone is named "Europe / Dublin" with an UTC offset of 0 hours. Depending on your budget, these more prominent locations might be interesting for you: Derry, Enniskillen, Belfast, Waterford, Roscommon or Ballyforan. Since you are here already, make sure to check out Thomas Street, Mount Talbot, Killeroran, Kilglass, Feevagh and Cornamucklagh. We saw some videos in the web. Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation.

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Weather Conditions Today & Next Days Forecast

10°C / 50 °F Scattered clouds
Morning Temperature 2°C / 36 °F
Evening Temperature 9°C / 48 °F
Night Temperature 2°C / 35 °F
Chance of rainfall 0%
Air Humidity 86%
Air Pressure 1035.2 hPa
Wind Speed Light breeze with 5 km/h (3 mph) from East
Cloud Conditions Scattered clouds, covering 48% of sky
General Conditions Scattered clouds

Sunday, 24th of March 2019
Scattered clouds, moderate breeze.
Scattered clouds Day: 11°C (52 °F)
Night: 7°C (44 °F)
Monday, 25th of March 2019
Scattered clouds, light breeze.
Scattered clouds Day: 11°C (53 °F)
Night: 2°C (36 °F)
Tuesday, 26th of March 2019
Sky is clear, light breeze, clear sky.
Sky is clear Day: 11°C (51 °F)
Night: 2°C (36 °F)


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09:51 min ( April 26, 2012 by SamanthaFall)
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A long time coming, here is the vlog form of my trip to Ireland! It was amazing, and to any Irish watching - your country is BEAUTIFUL! ___ I had way too much footage so you can click on the links bel...

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02:50 min ( May 04, 2012 by Eoin Mulvihill)
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07:23 min ( October 30, 2010 by woltersworld)
Views: 4,991 - Rating: 4.57895/5 Ireland, Eire, The Emerald Isle... Ireland is an amazing place and a great place for a vacation. The weather may not be great, but the sceneray, villages and people are. This vide...

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Interesting facts about this location


Ballyforan (Irish: Béal Átha Feorainne, meaning "mouth of the ford of the beach or strand") is a village in south County Roscommon, Ireland on the R363 road between Ballygar and Dysart, County Roscommon. It lies beside the River Suck which separates County Roscommon and County Galway. Home of the Kelly Clan.

More reading: Wikipedia Article
Located at 53.48, -8.27 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 1 mi away.
Tags:Towns and villages in County Roscommon

Newbridge, County Galway

Newbridge is a small rural village located in County Galway in Ireland. It is located on a National secondary road, the N63 Galway City - Longford and is 55 km from Galway City and 25 km from Roscommon Town. The village has had various names in Irish such as "An Droichead Nua" as used officially, but there are also "Gort an Iomaire" and "Cruffan". The English name Newbridge comes from the village's iconic bridge over the Shiven River.

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Located at 53.48, -8.27 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 7 mi away.
Tags:Articles on towns and villages in Ireland possibly missing Irish place names, Towns and villages in County Galway


Creggs is a small village in County Galway, Ireland, on the R362 regional road between Glenamaddy and Athleague. Although it has a population of only a hundred the village contains three Public Houses and used to contain seven. The village of Creggs was once a popular centre, with a monthly Fair, dancing, football and Feiseanna (music competition). It has a nationally well known rugby union team.

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Located at 53.48, -8.27 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 9 mi away.
Tags:Towns and villages in County Galway

Grand Canal (Ireland)

The Grand Canal (Irish: An Chanáil Mhór) is the southernmost of a pair of canals that connect Dublin, in the east of Ireland, with the River Shannon in the west, via Tullamore and a number of other villages and towns, the two canals nearly encircling Dublin's inner city. Its sister canal on the Northside of Dublin is the Royal Canal. The last working cargo barge passed through the Grand Canal in 1960.

More reading: Wikipedia Article
Located at 53.48, -8.27 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 12 mi away.
Tags:Canals in Ireland, Long-distance trails in the Republic of Ireland, Transport in County Dublin, Transport in County Kildare, Transport in County Offaly, Transport in County Westmeath, Visitor attractions in Dublin (city), Visitor attractions in South Dublin (county)

Battle of Aughrim

The Battle of Aughrim was the decisive battle of the Williamite War in Ireland. It was fought between the Jacobites and the forces of William III on 12 July 1691 (old style, equivalent to 22 July new style), near the village of Aughrim in County Galway. The battle was one of the more bloody recorded fought on Irish soil – over 7,000 people were killed. It meant the effective end of Jacobitism in Ireland, although the city of Limerick held out until the autumn of 1691.

More reading: Wikipedia Article
Located at 53.48, -8.27 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 13 mi away.
Tags:1691 in Ireland, Battles of the Williamite War in Ireland, History of County Galway

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