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The Curragh is a plain in County Kildare, Ireland.
Curragh or Curraghs may also refer to:
- Associated with the Curragh of Kildare
- Curragh Racecourse
- Curragh Cup run at the course
- Curragh Camp, of the British Army and later the Irish Army
- Battle of the Curragh, 1 April 1234 between forces of the Lord of Ireland and the Lord of Leinster
- Curragh coal mine in Central Queensland, Australia
- Curragh, Kilcumreragh, a townland in Kilcumreragh civil parish, barony of Moycashel, County Westmeath, Ireland
- Curragh, St. Mary's, a townland in St. Mary's civil parish, barony of Brawny, County Westmeath, Ireland
- Curraghs, Isle of Man wetland area
- Currach, occasionally curragh, traditional Irish rowing boat
Note: There are more than 20 other townlands in Ireland with the name Curragh.
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