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Duncannon Destination Guide

Delve into Duncannon in Ireland!

Duncannon in the region of Leinster is a city in Ireland - some 82 mi (or 132 km) South of Dublin, the country's capital.

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Current time in Duncannon is now 04:39 AM (Thursday). The local timezone is named "Europe / Dublin" with an UTC offset of 0 hours. Depending on your travel modalities, these larger destinations might be interesting for you: Liverpool, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Belfast, Wicklow or Hagansgate Cross Roads. While being here, make sure to check out Tinnaglogh, Ramsgrange, Passage East, Harrylock, Fethard and Ballyhack as well. We encountered 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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Waterford Crane Hire(Ireland) - Kato MR ...

01:52 min ( September 25, 2010 by Sam Power)
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Kato MR 350R(City Crane) lifting a yacht in Dunmore East, Co.Waterford www.waterfordcranehire.ie

Waterford Ireland

04:33 min ( October 13, 2009 by jimkelly7777)
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Waterford, Ireland, home to Waterford Crystal, now closed


Video guide of beautiful Duncannon Wexfo...

01:06 min ( October 15, 2009 by schacc201)
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Www.selfcateringhomes.ie for a video guide of beautiful Duncannon Wexford. When visiting you should enjoy yourself by staying in a Self Catering Duncannon. Available to book direct with the owner for ...

Big Waves and Surfing At Sandeel

06:56 min ( November 16, 2009 by RinnDubhan)
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Sound Track Offshore By Chicane www.chicanemusic.com The first big storm of the winter hits The Hook Peninsula with a vengeance.Huge waves hammer the South Facing coast breaking up to 50 feet up on to...


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Interesting facts about this location

River Barrow

The Barrow is a river in Ireland. It is one of The Three Sisters; the other two being the River Suir and the River Nore. The Barrow is the longest and most prominent of the three rivers. At 192 km (120 mi), it is the second longest river in Ireland, behind the River Shannon. The source of the River Barrow is at Glenbarrow in the Slieve Bloom Mountains in County Laois.

More reading: Wikipedia Article
Located at 52.22, -6.92 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 2 mi away.
Tags:Rivers of County Carlow, Rivers of County Kildare, Rivers of County Laois, Rivers of County Waterford, Rivers of County Wexford

Waterford Harbour

Waterford Harbour (Irish: Loch Dá Chaoch / Cuan Phort Láirge) is a natural harbour at the mouth of the Three Sisters; the River Nore, the River Suir and the River Barrow in Ireland. It is navigable for shipping to both Waterford and New Ross. The Port of Waterford is capable of accommodating vessels up to 32,000 tons dwt. It separates County Waterford from County Wexford on the eastern side of the estuary.

More reading: Wikipedia Article
Located at 52.22, -6.92 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 3 mi away.
Tags:Geography of Waterford (city), Ports and harbours of the Republic of Ireland

Tintern Abbey (County Wexford)

Tintern Abbey was a Cistercian abbey located on the Hook peninsula, County Wexford, Ireland. The Abbey – which is today in ruins, some of which have been restored – was founded in c1200 by William Marshall, Earl of Pembroke, as the result of a vow he had made when his boat was caught in a storm nearby. Once established, the abbey was colonised by monks from the Cistercian abbey at Tintern in Monmouthshire, Wales, of which Marshall was also patron.

More reading: Wikipedia Article
Located at 52.22, -6.92 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 4 mi away.
Tags:Buildings and structures in County Wexford, Christian monasteries established in the 13th century, Cistercian monasteries in the Republic of Ireland, National Monuments in County Wexford, Religion in County Wexford, Ruins in the Republic of Ireland, Visitor attractions in County Wexford

Dunbrody Abbey

Dunbrody Abbey is a former Cistercian monastery in County Wexford, Ireland. The cross-shaped church was built in the 13th century, and the tower was added in the 15th century. With a length of 59m the church is one of the longest in Ireland. The visitor centre is run by the current Marquess of Donegall and has one of only two full sized hedge mazes in Ireland. The abbey was dissolved under Henry VIII. The last Abbot of Dunbrody was Alexander Devereux, who became Bishop of Ferns in 1539.

More reading: Dunbrody Abbey homepage
Located at 52.22, -6.92 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 5 mi away.
Tags:13th-century architecture, Buildings and structures in County Wexford, Christian monasteries established in the 13th century, Cistercian monasteries in the Republic of Ireland, National Monuments in County Wexford, Religion in County Wexford, Ruins in the Republic of Ireland, Visitor attractions in County Wexford

Dunmore East

Dunmore East (Irish: An Dún Mór Thoir) is a popular tourist and fishing village village in County Waterford, Ireland. Situated on the west side of Waterford Harbour on Ireland's southeastern coast, it lies within the barony of Gaultier (Gáll Tír – "foreigners' land" in Irish): a reference to the influx of Norman settlers in the area.

More reading: Dunmore East homepage
Located at 52.22, -6.92 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 6 mi away.
Tags:Fishing communities in Ireland, Fishing villages, Ports and harbours of the Republic of Ireland, Towns and villages in County Waterford