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An Pairtín
Parteen is located in Ireland
Location in Ireland
Coordinates: 52°41′46.58″N 8°36′55.02″W / 52.6962722°N 8.6152833°W / 52.6962722; -8.6152833Coordinates: 52°41′46.58″N 8°36′55.02″W / 52.6962722°N 8.6152833°W / 52.6962722; -8.6152833
Country Ireland
Province Munster
County County Clare
Time zone WET (UTC+0)
 • Summer (DST) IST (WEST) (UTC-1)

Parteen (Irish: An Pairtín) is a small village in south-east County Clare and the diocese of Limerick. The village has a large Roman Catholic church, Saint Patrick's, three public houses, a national school and a few other shops. It is located within sight of the Ardnacrusha hydro-electric power station.

The village is located close to Limerick city, and is located just across the River Shannon from the Limerick suburb of Corbally.

Kilquane Graveyard is situated around the site of the church ruin in the parish of St. Patrick’s in Parteen. It is located in the back of the Shannon Banks Estate in Corbally and is on the Clare bank of the river Shannon.[1]

On sports, the village offers a Pitch and Putt and Parteen-St. Nicholas GAA.


  1. ^ "Kilquane". Retrieved 30 March 2014. 

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