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This object is indexed in the Archaeological Survey of Ireland under SMR No. KK029-018----
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English: Graiguenamanagh (Gráig na Manach, meaning "Village of the monks", in Irish), also spelled Graignamanagh, is a town in County Kilkenny, Ireland. It is located on the R705 regional road by the border with County Carlow on the River Barrow at the foot of Brandon Hill. It is home to Duiske Abbey, the largest and perhaps the finest of the thirty-four medieval Cistercian abbeys in Ireland.
Italiano: Graiguenamanagh (pronuncia greg-na-mana) è una cittadina dell' Irlanda che sorge nella parte meridionale della contea di Kilkenny.
Svenska: Graiguenamanagh ( iriska: Gráig na Manach) är en stad i grevskapet KilkennyIrland. Staden är belägen nära gränsen till Carlow på floden Barrow. I staden finns ett kloster som grundades 1204 som även har givit staden sitt namn. En tuff översättning av det iriska namnet blir det Munkarnas dal.
Graiguenamanach View From River Barrow SE 1997 08 27.jpg
human settlement
Instance of human settlement
Location County Kilkenny, Ireland
Elevation above sea level
  • 32 ±1 metre
Authority control
VIAF ID: 132522887

52° 32′ 00″ N, 6° 57′ 00″ W

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