Delphi, County Mayo
It is located on the Owengar River that connects Fin Lough to Doo Lough, between the fjord of Killary Harbour to the south and the Sheeffry Hills to the north, in a valley surrounded by the Mweelrea Mountains and the neighbouring peaks of Ben Creggan and Ben Gorm. The R335 road passes through it.
- Greenwood, Margaret; Wallace, Geoff (2001). The Rough Guide to Ireland (6th ed.). Rough Guides. p. 409. ISBN 978-1-8582-8690-7.
- In English, the name Delphi is pronounced either as // or, in a more the Greek-like manner, as //. The Greek spelling transliterates as "Delphoi" (with an o); dialectal forms include Belphoi — Aeolian form — and Dalphoi — Phocian form—, as well as other Greek dialectal varieties.
- The lonesome west, Irish Times, 1 September 2010.
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