|Elevation||68 m (223 ft)|
|Time zone||WET (UTC+0)|
|• Summer (DST)||IST (WEST) (UTC-1)|
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Rathcormac (Irish: Ráth Chormaic, meaning "Cormac's ringfort") is a small town in north County Cork, Ireland. Previously situated on the main Cork to Dublin road (the N8), it was bypassed in 2006 by the M8. The former N8 through Main St is now the R639 regional road.
Carntierna, an Iron Age royal site, is located to the north.
The Rathcormac Inn Bar and Restaurant, Barrys Bar, Benskin's Bar and O'Coilleans Bar. There is also a tennis court, children's playground, Big Vinnies Chipper, Fitzy's Chipper, Phoenix House Chinese, A beauticians, a petrol station and a Community Hall.
Located in the Blackwater Valley region, Rathcormac has good agriculture due to vast fields and good soil conditions. Sunnyside Fruit Farm is located just outside Rathcormac
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- Census 2011 - Table 7 - Rathcormac
- Robyn Taylor, 'Nunan, Joseph Denis (1842–1885)', Australian Dictionary of Biography, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/nunan-joseph-denis-13136/text23773, accessed 19 August 2013.