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(ˈdɒnɪˌɡɔːl; ˌdɒnɪˈɡɔːl; ˌdʌnɪˈɡɔːl)
(Placename) a county in NW Republic of Ireland, on the Atlantic: mountainous, with a rugged coastline and many offshore islands. County town: Lifford. Pop: 137 575 (2002). Area: 4830 sq km (1865 sq miles)
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(ˈdɒn ɪˌgɔl, ˌdɒn ɪˈgɔl)

a county in the N Republic of Ireland. 129,428; 1865 sq. mi. (4830 sq. km).
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Signed: Secretary of the above Club Club Solicitors: McMorrow & McLaughlin Solicitors To: The Registrar of Clubs District Court Office Bridge Street Donegal Town Co.
McGettigans Hotel in Letterkenny enjoys a prime location in the heart of this bustling Donegal town. Letterkenny has long been a heartland of traditional Irish 'Craic agus Ceol' and its reputation as a friendly and vibrant town.
Visits to Donegal town, Glenveagh National Park and a guided tour of Glenveagh Castle.
Based in the lively Donegal town of Letterkenny, this super value break features a visit to County Antrim's astonishing UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Giant's Causeway, with its truly extraordinary rock formations set among spectacular coastal scenery.
Visit Donegal Castle, for example, originally built in the 15th century by the O'Donnell clan chieftain, Hugh, on the River Eske in Donegal Town. It had an extraordinary demise, when Hugh O'Donnell burnt it to the ground rather than see it fall into the hands of the old enemy, England.
Donegal Castle was built in the 15th century by O'Donnell clan chieftain, Hugh, in Donegal Town. But he burnt it to the ground rather than see it fall into English hands.
Later Dalgleish was involved in an exchange with a second cameraman seven kilometres away in Donegal town.
Not for the first time Donegal has been hit with the loss of 560 jobs with the closure of the Hospira plant in Donegal Town.
It happened at 9.18pm with the epicentre around 15km south east of Donegal town, 15km north east of Ballyshannon.
Quaint, picturesque and surrounded by stunning natural scenery, Donegal Town is one of Ireland's most popular coastal resorts and well worth a visit, says JANE PICKEN
Perhaps more than a few in the Co Donegal town of Letterkenny.