Letterbreckaun from the Inagh Valley
|Elevation||667 m (2,188 ft)|
|Prominence||322 m (1,056 ft)|
The name Letterbreckaun comes from Leitir Bhriocáin, 'Brecan’s wet hillside', and is the name of a townland on the slope of the hill. St. Brecan is a saint associated particularly with Co. Galway, who is said to have been the successor to St. Enda in Cill Éinne, the Aran Islands.
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