Lough Finn

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Lough Finn
Loch Finne
Lough Finn.jpg
Location County Donegal, Ireland
Coordinates 54°51′50″N 8°07′52″W / 54.864°N 8.131°W / 54.864; -8.131Coordinates: 54°51′50″N 8°07′52″W / 54.864°N 8.131°W / 54.864; -8.131
Basin countries Ireland, Northern Ireland
Max. length approx. 5 km (3.1 mi)
Max. width approx. 0.5 km (0.3 mi)
Surface area approx. 2.5 km2 (0.97 sq mi)
Surface elevation 169 m (554 ft)
Settlements Fintown

Lough Finn (Irish: Loch Finne) is a freshwater lough (lake) in County Donegal, Ireland. The lough, along with its neighbouring village of Fintown, was named after a mythological woman, Finngeal, who drowned in the lake after attempting to save her wounded brother Feargamhain.[1] The water from Lough Finn outflows into the River Finn.

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Fintown
Railway
Fintown
Fintown Lough
Glenties

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  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-07-28. Retrieved 2013-03-23.  County Donegal on the Net