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Screeb (Irish: An Scríob, meaning "the furrowed land") is a small village in south-west Connemara, County Galway, Ireland. It is located on the R336 regional road, north of Casla and southwest of Oughterard.

It was the location of one of Ireland's few peat-burning power stations. This was uneconomic but it was a welcome source of employment locally at the time.

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Coordinates: 53°23′06″N 9°33′10″W / 53.38500°N 9.55278°W / 53.38500; -9.55278