Brittas, County Dublin

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Brittas

Briotáis
Town
Brittas, South County Dublin
Brittas, South County Dublin
Brittas is located in Ireland
Brittas
Brittas
Location in Ireland
Coordinates: 53°14′10″N 6°27′15″W / 53.23623°N 6.4542°W / 53.23623; -6.4542Coordinates: 53°14′10″N 6°27′15″W / 53.23623°N 6.4542°W / 53.23623; -6.4542
CountryIreland
ProvinceLeinster
CountySouth Dublin
Area
 • Town1.7 km2 (0.7 sq mi)
Population
 (2006)
 • Urban
154

Brittas (Irish: Briotáis, meaning “wooden parapet”) is a rural village in the jurisdiction of South Dublin, just north of the border with County Wicklow on the N81 road.

Location[edit]

Brittas is in the foothills of the Dublin Mountains, and about a 30-minute drive from Dublin city centre.

Representation[edit]

Brittas is within the Dublin Mid-West electoral constituency, and the 'Clondalkin Local Electoral Area' for County Council elections.

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