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Droim Dhá Liag
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Drimoleague (historically Drumdalege, Irish: Droim Dhá Liag, meaning "ridge of two stones") is a village on the R586 regional road at its junction with the R593 in County Cork, Ireland. It lies roughly halfway between the towns of Dunmanway and Bantry. It is within the parish of Dromdaleague.
Clodagh Standing Stones, a Stone Age site, lie 4.8 km (3 mi) to the northeast.