Crossgar
5°45′53″W / 54.39811°N 5.76479°W / 54.39811; -5.76479Crossgar (from Irish an Chrois Ghearr, meaning "the short cross") is a village and townland in County Down, North...
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Lurganville
6°11′13″W / 54.463°N 6.187°W / 54.463; -6.187Lurganville (historically Lurganavill or Lurganaveel, from Irish: Lorgain a' Mhíl, meaning "long ridge of the hare") is a smal...
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Lenaderg
6°17′31″W / 54.374°N 6.292°W / 54.374; -6.292Lenaderg is a small village and townland (of 335 acres) in County Down, Northern Ireland. It sits on the banks of the River Bann, ...
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Corbet
6°07′W / 54.20°N 6.12°W / 54.20; -6.12Corbet (from Irish: An Carbad, meaning "the jaw/boulder") is a small village and townland (of 618 acres) in County Down, Northern Ire...
Killinchy
Killinchy (from Irish: Cill Dhuinsí, meaning "Duinseach’s church") is a townland and small village in County Down, Northern Ireland. It is two miles inland from the western shores of Strangford Lo...
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Ballyskeagh
Ballyskeagh (from Irish: Baile Sceach, meaning "townland of thorn bushes") is a small village and townland near Lambeg in County Down, Northern Ireland. In the 2001 Census it had a population of 1...
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Dundrum, County Down
5°51′W / 54.25°N 5.85°W / 54.25; -5.85Dundrum (from Irish: Dún Droma, meaning "fort of the ridge") is a village and townland in County Down, Northern Ireland. It is beside...
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Kinallen
6°04′20″W / 54.3811°N 6.0721°W / 54.3811; -6.0721Kinallen (from Irish: Cionn Álainn, meaning "beautiful headland") is a small village and townland in County Down, Northern...
Cregagh
Cregagh (from Irish an Chreagaigh, meaning "the rocky place") is an area southeast of Belfast in County Down, Northern Ireland. It is the name of a townland and has been adopted as the name o...
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Ballylesson
Ballylesson (from Irish: Baile na Leasán, meaning "townland of the small ringforts") is a small village and townland in County Down, Northern Ireland. In the 2001 Census it had a population of 108...
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Ballybannan
Ballybannon is a townland on the outskirts of the village of Annsborough close to the town of Castlewellan, County Down, Northern Ireland. The area contains some of the most majestic views of the Mour...
Dunnaval
Dunnaval (from Irish: Dún Abhaill, meaning "stronghold of the apple-tree")is a small village and townland (of 273 acres) near Kilkeel in County Down, Northern Ireland. It is situated in the civil ...
Ballynahatty, County Down
Ballynahatty (from Irish Baile na hÁite Tí, meaning "townland of the house site") is small village and townland in County Down, Northern Ireland. It lies on the southern edge of Belfast. It c...
Lurganare
6°21′07″W / 54.230°N 6.352°W / 54.230; -6.352Lurganare (from Irish: Lorga an Áir, meaning "tract of the slaughter") is a small village and townland in County Down, Norther...
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Tievenadarragh
Tievenadarragh (from Irish Taobh an Doire, meaning "hillside of the oak wood") is a townland at Loughinisland, County Down, Northern Ireland. The townland contains the Loughinisland Churches,...
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Clough
5°50′06″W / 54.289°N 5.835°W / 54.289; -5.835Clough (/ˈklɒk/ KLOK; from Irish: an Chloch, meaning "the stone") is a village and townland in County Down, Northern Ireland. ...
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Ballylough
5°55′59″W / 54.267°N 5.933°W / 54.267; -5.933Ballylough (Baile-an-locha; "the townland of the lake") is a small village and townland in County Down, Northern Ireland. It lies ...
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Ballyhay
Ballyhay (from Irish: Baile Hae, meaning "Hay's townland")is a townland near Donaghadee in County Down, Northern Ireland. It is situated in the civil parish of Donaghadee and the historic barony o...
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Atticall
6°02′38″W / 54.109°N 6.044°W / 54.109; -6.044Attical or Atticall (from Irish: Áit Tí Chathail, meaning "place of Cathal's house") is a small village and townland (of 396 a...
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Legananny
Legananny (believed to be from Irish Liagán Áine, meaning "Áine's standing stone") is a townland 5.6 km (3.5 mi) north of Leitrim, County Down, Northern Ireland. It contains the anc...
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Bleary
6°20′42″W / 54.423025°N 6.344948°W / 54.423025; -6.344948Bleary (likely from Irish: Bladhraigh) is a small village and townland in County Down, Northern Ireland. It is nea...
Ballyhornan
5°33′W / 54.3°N 5.55°W / 54.3; -5.55Ballyhornan is a village and townland in eastern County Down, Northern Ireland, located along the coast of the Irish Sea. It has about 1,00...
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Drumbeg
Drumbeg (from Irish An Droim Beag, meaning "the little ridge") is a small village, townland and civil parish on the south bank of the River Lagan in County Down, Northern Ireland. The village...
Balloo, County Down
Balloo (from Irish: Baile Aodha, meaning "Hugh's townland") is a small village and townland near Killinchy in County Down, Northern Ireland. It is 5 miles south of Comber on the A22 road to Downpa...
Legacurry
Legacurry (from Irish Lag a' Choire, meaning "hollow of the cauldron") is a small townland in County Down, Northern Ireland, near Lisburn. Locally significant buildings include Legacurry Pres...
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Magheraconluce
6°00′29″W / 54.427°N 6.008°W / 54.427; -6.008Magheraconluce (historically Magheraclonelish - from Irish: Machaire Cluana Lios, meaning "plain of the meadow of the ringfort...
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Castlewellan
5°55′59″W / 54.267°N 5.933°W / 54.267; -5.933Castlewellan (from Irish Caisleán Uidhilín, meaning "Uidhilín's castle") is a village in County Down, Northern Ireland. I...
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Scarva
6°21′53″W / 54.3317°N 6.3646°W / 54.3317; -6.3646Scarva (from Irish: Scarbhach) is a small village and townland in County Down, Northern Ireland. It is at the boundary wit...
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Ballyhalbert
5°27′32″W / 54.495°N 5.459°W / 54.495; -5.459Ballyhalbert (formerly known as Talbotston and Halbertston) is a small village and townland in County Down, Northern Ireland. It i...
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Moneyreagh
Moneyreagh or Moneyrea (from Irish: Mónaidh Riabhach, meaning "grey bog or moor") is a small village and townland in County Down, Northern Ireland. It is just off the main road between Belfast and...
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