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|Irish: Mullach an Radhairc|
|Elevation||408 m (1,339 ft)|
|Country||Republic of Ireland|
|Provinces of Ireland||Munster|
The Mullaghareirk Mountains (from Irish: Mullach an Radhairc, meaning "The summit of the view") is a range of mountains in Ireland that stretches from the borders of County Kerry County Limerick to Newmarket, County Cork. The villages of Mountcollins, Tournafulla, Templeglantine, Killeedy, Brosna and Rockchapel are set in the mountains.
The mountains peak at 408 metres (1,339 ft). The Allaughaun River, a tributary of the River Feale, rises at the east end of the range.
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