Nad, County Cork
Nead an Iolair
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Nad (Irish: Nead an Iolair, meaning "nest of the eagle"), also Nadd, is a village in the barony of Duhallow, in north County Cork, Ireland. It lies in the mist of the Boggeragh Mountains, at the confluence of the Nadd and Glen Rivers. It is famed for the once-annual Naddstock Music Festival, the grotto, Nadd Pub and the newly erected Eagle Monument. The population of the village and surrounding areas is approximately 170 people. The population has been steadily increasing over the past number of centuries with a large number of young families now living in the area.
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