Cahir

Cahir (/ˈkɛər/; Irish: an Chathair / Cathair Dhún Iascaigh) is a town in South Tipperary in Ireland. The town is best known for its castle and the Swiss Cottage. It is in the barony of Iffa and Offa West.

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M8 Motorway (Ireland) - Junctions
... NORTHEAST (M7 ) - Dublin, Portlaoise, Kildare, Naas The SOUTH (M8) - Cork, Fermoy, Mitchelstown, Cahir, Clonmel, Cashel, Thurles, Urlingford, Durrow ...
Cahir - Image Gallery
... Cahir Castle The Church of Ireland parish church in Cahir A drawing of Cahir in 1599 ...
Siege Of Cahir Castle - Campaign
... Suir, before fixing his sights on the greater prize of Cahir Castle further upriver ... westward from the Suir and deep into rebel country, the suppression of the Barons of Cahir and their stronghold of Cahir castle was a necessity ... nobleman, Thomas Butler, 4th Baron Cahir, and in the custody of his brother, James Galdie ("the Englishman") ...
Cahir GAA
... Cahir GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association club for the parish of Cahir, Tipperary, Ireland ...
R670 Road
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