Map showing the townlands of the Thurles civil parish, Barony of Eliogarty, County Tipperary. The townlands of Thurles are typical, being of widely varying shapes and sizes with irregular borders, and forming a patchwork over the countryside. The townlands have a mean area of 64 ha.

Village, townland and civil parish in County Down, Northern Ireland.

- Dromara

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River Lagan

Major river in Northern Ireland which runs 53.5 miles (86 km) from the Slieve Croob mountain in County Down to Belfast where it enters Belfast Lough, an inlet of the Irish Sea.

River Lagan and Lanyon Place, Belfast, October 2009
Lagan Weir, Belfast, October 2009
The old Lagan Navigational Canal (disused) at Broadwater, near Aghalee. (The disused canal used to be part of the River Lagan, but no longer. This gives the canal its name.)
The Lagan at Drumbeg.

It runs to Belfast through Dromara, Donaghcloney and Dromore.

Slieve Croob

Mountain with a height of 534 m in the middle of County Down, Northern Ireland.

Slieve Croob from the west, covered with patches of snow
The summit, looking towards the Mournes
Communications towers on Slieve Croob

It is the heart of a mountainous area known as the Dromara Hills, north of the Mourne Mountains.

County Down

One of the six counties of Northern Ireland, one of the nine counties of Ulster and one of the traditional thirty-two counties of Ireland.

1885 map, with the county divided into baronies
Mourne Mountains
King John's Castle on Carlingford Lough.
A steam train on the Downpatrick and County Down Railway travelling through the Ulster drumlin belt near Downpatrick.


Iveagh Lower, Lower Half

Name of a barony in County Down, Northern Ireland.


Dromara (civil parish)

Civil parish in County Down, Northern Ireland.

The civil parish of Thurles, shown within Tipperary North.


Dromara Village F.C.

Dromara Village Football Club is a Northern Irish intermediate football club based in Dromara who currently play in Division 1A of the Northern Amateur Football League.

Finnis souterrain

Entrance to Finnis souterrain
Interior of Finnis souterrain showing the dry stone walls and flat stone roof.

Finnis souterrain, also known locally as Binder's Cove, is an excavated drystone souterrain in Finnis (Fionnais), south of Dromara, County Down, Northern Ireland.


Small village and townland in County Down, Northern Ireland.

A village in Strochitsy, Belarus, 2008.

It is four miles from Dromore and two miles from Dromara.

Lisburn City Council

The local authority for an area partly in County Antrim and partly in County Down in Northern Ireland.

Meeting of Jyväskylä's city council in 1925

The council area included Glenavy and Dundrod in the north, Dromara and Hillsborough in the south, Moira and Aghalee in the west, and Drumbo in the east.

List of primary schools in Northern Ireland

List of state maintained primary schools in Northern Ireland.

School children in primary education, Chile

Dromara Primary School, Dromara, County Down