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Cnoc an Bhiocáire
|Elevation||83 m (272 ft)|
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Knockvicar (Irish: Cnoc an Bhiocáire) is a village in County Roscommon, Ireland. It is located on the R285 regional road, between Boyle and Carrick-on-Shannon near Lough Key Forest Park in the north of the county.
It is where the actress Maureen O'Sullivan spent part of her youth.
Knockvicar is the current home of Colin Beggan and Frank Molloy, who in 2009 released a CD "Scars on the Mountain" under Roscommon County Council’s Artists in Residence and Public Art programme with the support of the Arts Council 
At Knockvicar bridge Donal Cam O'Sullivan Bere, the Irish Chieftain, after his defeat in Cork in 1603 travelled through the village of Knockvicar where his people rested for the last time before reaching O'Rourke's castle at Leitrim village.
In the late Middle Ages Knockvicar was the location of a Francisan house
Excavations at Kilteasheen on the Riversdale Estate of Mr. and Mrs. John Burke, were undertaken by Saint Louis University and the Institute of Technology-Sligo from 2005-2009.
Úna Burke, a fashion designer from Knockvicar, was commissioned by singer Lady Gaga to make a selection of stage pieces.
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