Lustymore Island

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Lustymore Island (from Irish Loiste Mór, meaning 'big lodge') is an island located in Lower Lough Erne, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland.

Nearby is Boa Island whose Caldragh cemetery has a carved Janus type figure. A second figure was brought to Caldragh in 1939 from Lustymore Island.[citation needed] In the early 20th century, Lady Hunt from Alberta, Canada owned both Lustymore and Lustybeg islands. When her residence, Glenvar House, accidentally burned down, she moved to Germany.[citation needed]

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Coordinates: 54°30′08″N 7°50′35″W / 54.50225°N 7.84295°W / 54.50225; -7.84295