Category:Annalong

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English: Annalong is a picturesque seaside village in County Down, Northern Ireland situated at the foot of the Mourne Mountains. It had a population of 1,778 people at the 2001 Census and lies within the Newry and Mourne District Council area. The village was once engaged in exporting dressed granite and is now a fishing and holiday resort. Annalong Primary School is in the village and Annalong Community Development Association was established in 1994.
Gaelg: Ta Aah ny Lhongyn ( Baarle: Annalong, Yernish: Áth na Long) ny valley beg ayns Nerin Hwoaie. T'eh soit ec folieau ny Beinnyn Boirche ayns Coontae yn Dooin. Rere sleih-earroo ny bleeaney 2001 va 1,778 cummaltee 'sy valley.
Nederlands: Annalong ( Iers: Áth na Long) is een plaats in het Noord-Ierse County Down.

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