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- Adjacent to the church is an open park area at the crest of a small hill. An old saying provides that "if you fall in love on the hill in Aghadoe, you will be in love forever."
I agree. My family originated from Aghadoe and relatives still live there, and I have never heard this saying. --Dmol 20:47, 19 March 2006 (UTC)
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