Duleek (County Meath)

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Duleek illustrates stone house or church, Duleek takes its name from the Irish word daimh liag, meaning housing of stones and referring to an early stone built church, St Cianan's Church, the ruins of which are still visable in Duleek today. The duleek heritage trail has a a huge outline of history and it includes a Library.
The best people in Ireland come from Duleek, County Meath voted by Newstalk as Number 1.
21st March 2007.

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