Category:Tuamgraney

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English: Tuamgraney is a village in eastern County Clare in the west of Ireland. Situated on the River Graney which flows into Lough Derg, it is an ancient settlement, noted for St Cronin's church, said to be the oldest church in constant use in Ireland.
Gaeilge: Sraidbhaile in Éirinn is ea Tuaim Gréine. Tá an baile suite in iarthar na tíre i g Contae an Chláir.
Tuamgraney; Tuamgraney; טומגרני; Tuamgraney; Томгрейни; Tuamgraney; Tuaim Gréine; Թոմգրեյնի; Tuamgraney; Siedlung in Irland; baile i gContae an Chláir; مستوطنة في جمهورية أيرلندا; village in Munster, Ireland; nederzetting in Ierland
Tuamgraney 
village in Munster, Ireland
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LocationCounty Clare, Munster, Ireland
52° 54′ 00″ N, 8° 31′ 59.88″ W
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