Drummin, County Mayo

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Drummin (Irish: An Dromainn, meaning "The Ridge") is a small village in County Mayo, Ireland, near the town of Westport.

Situated close to Croagh Patrick, Drummin is known for its scenery and the constant rumour of gold.[1]

The village has a church, St. Mary's, and a public house. The post office closed in recent years. There were also three shops up to the late sixties.

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Coordinates: 53°44′19″N 8°58′17″W / 53.73861°N 8.97139°W / 53.73861; -8.97139