County Monaghan

County Monaghan (Irish: Contae Mhuineacháin) is a county in Northwest Ireland and Lakelands.

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Map of County Monaghan

County Monaghan has 5 towns:

  • 54.247926-6.9708251 Monaghan (Muineachán) – is the county town in the north of the county; it has a beautiful lake in the centre and a fine diamond square in the centre too, so typical of Ulster towns. It’s an interesting and charming town with a lot to offer, including the County Museum.
  • 54.12-6.7381 Castleblaney (Baile na Lorgan) – is a town in the middle of the county. It has a good selection of bars restaurants and facilities. It’s also very close to the county’s largest lake: Lough Muckno.
  • 54.183-7.23371 Clones (Cluain Eois) – is a town in the west of the county close to the border with County Fermanagh. It has a 9th-century round tower and high cross.
  • 54.129505-6.9028471 Ballybay (Béal Átha Beithe, “mouth of the ford of the birch”) – is a small town in the centre of the county, close to several small lakes.
  • 53.976-6.7191 Carrickmacross (Carraig Mhachaire Rois, “rock of the wooded plain”) – is a town in the south of the county. It is a well-known centre for lace-making.

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