Largydonnell

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Largydonnell
Learga Uí Dhónaill
Village
Largydonnell is located in Ireland
Largydonnell
Largydonnell
Location in Ireland
Coordinates: 54°24′40″N 8°19′10″W / 54.4111°N 8.3194°W / 54.4111; -8.3194Coordinates: 54°24′40″N 8°19′10″W / 54.4111°N 8.3194°W / 54.4111; -8.3194
Country Ireland
Province Connacht
County County Leitrim
Elevation 99 m (325 ft)
Time zone WET (UTC+0)
 • Summer (DST) IST (WEST) (UTC-1)
Irish Grid Reference G793514

Largydonnell (Irish: Learga Uí Dhónaill, meaning "hillside of Ó Dónaill") is a village on the R280 regional road in County Leitrim, Ireland.

Transport[edit]

Bus Éireann Fridays-only route 495 (Ballyshannon-Bundoran-Kinlough-Manorhamilton) serves the village twice in each direction.[1]

History[edit]

Nearby to Largydonnell Post Office at the hump-backed bridge, on a road to the right in Ahanlish are the ruins of an old forge where De Cuellar, where a survivor of the wreck of the Spanish Armada at Tullaghan spent some time before proceeding to MacClancy's Castle at Rosclogher in Lough Melvin where he remained for three months.

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Population[edit]

The population of Largydonnell village was 53 residents at 2002; by 2011, the population increased marginally to 74 residents.

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