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Munster is the southernmost province of Ireland, comprising the counties of Clare, Cork, Kerry, Limerick, Tipperary and Waterford.
Munster may also refer to:
- Munster, Western Australia, a suburb of Perth
- Munster, Ontario, a neighbourhood in Ottawa
- Münster, an independent city in North Rhine-Westphalia
- Munster, Lower Saxony, a town, site of military installations
- Cameron Munster (born 1994), Australian rugby league player
- Jan van Munster (born 1939), Dutch artist
- Tess Munster (born 1985), American plus-sized model
- Munster cheese, a French cheese
- The Munsters, a U.S. television series
- Royal Munster Fusiliers, a British Army regiment
- MV Munster, a series of passenger ferries built by Harland & Wolff
- Munster Rugby, one of four provincial branches of the Irish Rugby Football Union, and also the professional rugby team operated by this body
- Munster GAA, one of the four provincial councils of the Gaelic Athletic Association
- Munster Senior Football Championship, Gaelic Athletic Association inter county competition
- Munster Senior Club Football Championship, Gaelic Athletic Association club competition
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