Cavan

Cavan ( /ˈkævən/; Irish: an Cabhán, meaning "the hollow") is the county town of County Cavan in Ireland. The town lies in the north central part of the island of Ireland, near the border with Northern Ireland. The town is on the main road - the N3 road - linking Dublin (to the south) with Enniskillen, Ballyshannon and Donegal Town (to the north).

Read more about CavanHistory, Cavan Town Hall, Education, County Heritage Plan 2006-2011, Twinning, All-Ireland Fleadh

Other articles related to "cavan":

Cavan Echo
... Cavan Echo is a newspaper based on College Street in Cavan Town, Ireland and has currently a circulation of 17,500 that serves all of County Cavan ... Cavan Echo is the only Irish-owned paper in County Cavan ...
Mullahoran GFC
... Mullahoran Gaelic Football Club is a Gaelic games club from County Cavan in Ireland ... Founded in 1888, it is affiliated to Cavan GAA ... club located in the parish of Mullahoran in south Cavan, approximately 10 miles from Cavan town ...
Lough Oughter
... Lough Oughter (Irish Loch Uachtair) is a lake, or complex of lakes, in County Cavan covering approximately 8931 hectares ... Cavan County Council have stated "It is recognized nationally and internationally as being of significant values not only for the country, but for humanity as a whole" ...
Cavan (horse)
... Classic Race wins Belmont Stakes (1958) Cavan (foaled 1955) was an Irish Thoroughbred racehorse who won an American Classic Race in 1958 ... He was named for the town of Cavan in Ireland ... Leger Stakes winner, Indiana, Cavan's dam, Willow Ann, was a daughter of Champion Sire, Solario ...
Cavan, Côtes-d'Armor - Breton Language
... In 2008, 38.43% of primary school children attended bilingual schools. ...