Aghabullogue

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Aghabulloge
Irish transcription(s)
 • Derivation: Achadh Bolg
 • Meaning: "Virginia Fir"
Cork County arms
Cork County arms
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Country Ireland
County County Cork
Barony Muskerry East
Townlands 31

Aghabullogue or Aghabulloge (Irish: Achadh Bolg)[1] is a village and parish in the barony of Muskerry East in northwest County Cork, Province of Munster, Ireland. It lies around 30 km (19 mi) west of Cork City, south of the Boggeragh Mountains and north of the River Lee.

The parish of Aghabullogue includes the villages of Aghabullogue, Coachford and Rylane in County Cork. The civil parish consists of 31 townlands.

It has a public house and shop, a National school, Community Hall and a Roman Catholic church. Saint Olan (or Olann) is the patron saint of the parish.[2]

Aghabullogue Hurling Club won Cork's first All-Ireland in 1890. It is host to a Point to Point (Steeplechase meeting in an open field) meeting every January.[citation needed]

Notable natives[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Logainm
  2. ^ Archaeological Sites Around Rylane, esatclear.ie; accessed 26 April 2015.

Coordinates: 51°56′N 8°48′W / 51.933°N 8.800°W / 51.933; -8.800