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Irish: Cnoc an Chearrbhachais
Country Ireland
County County Cork
Barony Duhallow
Civil parish Cullen
 • Total 89 ha (221 acres)
Townland location
Knockacarracoush is located in island of Ireland
Coordinates 52°07′44″N 09°04′27″W / 52.12889°N 9.07417°W / 52.12889; -9.07417Coordinates: 52°07′44″N 09°04′27″W / 52.12889°N 9.07417°W / 52.12889; -9.07417

Knockacarracoush is a small townland situated in north County Cork, Ireland, west of Kanturk and north of Millstreet.[1] It is in the parish of Dromtarriff and also borders the parishes of Cullen and Boherbue. It has 14 inhabitants and consists of three farms and four houses.


Archaeological sites include 4 ringforts and 2 souterrains.[2]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Placenames Database of Ireland". Dublin City University. Retrieved 12 November 2014. 
  2. ^ "Archaeological Survey Database". National Monuments Service. Retrieved 12 November 2014.