|Kinawley shown within Northern Ireland|
|Population||75 (2001 Census)|
|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|EU Parliament||Northern Ireland|
Kinawley or Kinawly (from Irish: Cill Náile, meaning "Náile’s church") is a small village, townland (of 187 acres) and civil parish in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. The village and townland are both in the civil parish of Kinawley (founded by Natalis of Ulster) in the historic barony of Clanawley, while other areas of the parish are in the baronies of Knockninny in County Fermanagh and Tullyhaw in County Cavan. In the 2001 Census it had a population of 75 people.
Kinawley has been twinned with the German Village of Ammerndorf a municipality in the district of Fürth within Bavaria in Germany since 2008 following the county of Fermanagh's "Green and Green alike" campaign assigning each village and town land with a similar counterpart to follow the example of an environmentally friendly living manner.
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St Naile's Church in the Parish of Kinawley, in the Diocese of Kilmore, was built between the years 1867–1876 near a site that was used for worship from the 6th century. It was rededicated on 4 August 2002.
The church is dedicated to Saint Náile (alias Saint Natalis), a contemporary of Saint Colmcille. St Naile became the second Abbott on Devinish, which was one of the great monastic settlements during the Golden Age of Christianity in Ireland.
The Donegal-Enniskillen-Cavan-Dublin Airport-Dublin Bus Éireann Expressway route 30 serves Derrylin which is approximately 7 km distant. There is a coach in each direction every two hours during the day as well as an overnight journey. Services operate daily including Sundays.
- Natalis of Ulster
- List of civil parishes of County Fermanagh
- List of townlands in County Fermanagh
- List of towns and villages in Northern Ireland
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