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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › County_LouthCounty Louth - Wikipedia

    County Louth (/ l aʊ ð / LOWDH; Irish: Contae Lú) is a coastal county in the Eastern and Midland Region of Ireland, within the province of Leinster. Louth is bordered by the counties of Meath to the south, Monaghan to the west, Armagh to the north and Down to the north-east, across Carlingford Lough .

  2. El condado de /Louth (en irlandés: Contae Lú; en inglés: County Louth) se encuentra en la costa oriental de Irlanda, en la provincia de Leinster. Su nombre quiere decir en irlandés "el menor", y en consecuencia es el condado de menor tamaño de Irlanda.

  3. Louth ( Irish: Lú) [2] is a village at the heart of County Louth, Ireland. It is roughly 11 km south-west of the town of Dundalk, 10.9 km to neighbouring town Ardee. The village is approximately 15 km south-east of Carrickmacross town in County Monaghan. The village gave its name to the county.

  4. County Louth ( Irish: Contae Lú) [2] [3] is a county on the east coast of Ireland, on the border with Northern Ireland . The county town is Dundalk, which is also the largest town in Louth. Most people that live in Louth live in the two biggest towns, Dundalk and Drogheda.

  5. Louth boasts an impressive coastline – stretching over 88km from Carlingford Lough to the beaches of Baltray. And one of the highlights of the coast is the lively town of Carlingford, which offers everything from canoeing, catamaraning to scuba diving to ferry trips and sunset cruises. Carlingford wears its medieval and Viking influences on ...

  6. Carlingford (from Old Norse Kerlingfjǫrðr 'narrow sea-inlet of the hag'; Irish: Cairlinn) is a coastal town and civil parish in northern County Louth, Ireland. For the purposes of local government, the town is part of the Dundalk Municipal District.

  7. 30 de oct. de 2019 · And here are some facts to make you an insider of sorts: The Irish name for County Louth is the shortest county name of them all, Contae Lú. The literal meaning of this is "smaller" – a fitting name for Ireland’s smallest county. Speaking of size, County Louth stretches over a mere 319 square miles (821 square kilometers).