Kildare

==History== Rich in heritage and history, Kildare Town dates from the 5th Century, when it was the site of the original `Church of the Oak` and monastery founded by St. Brigid. This became one of the three most important Christian foundations in Celtic Ireland. It was said that Brigid`s mother was a Christian and that Brigid was reared in her f......
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Kildare

[Dáil Éireann constituency] Kildare was a parliamentary constituency represented in Dáil Éireann, the lower house of the Irish parliament or Oireachtas from 1923 to 1937 and from 1948 to 1997. The method of election was the single transferable vote form of proportional representation (PR-STV). == History and boundaries == Covering all o...
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Kildare

[narrowboat] Kildare is an un-powered butty boat constructed of riveted iron. It was built around 1913 by Braithwaite & Kirk of West Bromwich to be towed behind a powered craft like President. It is complete with a fully fitted boatman’s living cabin and traditional covering cloths over the main hold area. It is now owned by the Black Cou...
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Kildare

county in the province of Leinster, east-central Ireland. It comprises part of the lowland west of the Wicklow Mountains and part of the Irish ... [1 related articles]
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Kildare

County of the Republic of Ireland, in the province of Leinster; county town Naas; area 1,690 sq km/ 652 sq mi; population (2002) 163,950. The principal rivers are the Barrow, the Boyne, the Lesser Barrow, and the Liffey. Kildare is wet and boggy in the north with extensive grassy plains and rolling hills, and includes part of the Bo...
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Kildare

Kildare, county (1991 pop. 122,656), 654 sq mi (1,694 sq km), E central Republic of Ireland. The county seat is Kildare. The region is a flat plain, containing the greater portion of the Bog of Allen, as well as many glacial deposits. The principal rivers are the Liffey, the Greese, and the Barrow. ...
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Kildare

market town, County Kildare, Ireland. The Protestant cathedral church (1229) is dedicated to St. Brigit of Ireland, who founded a community there in ...
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Kildare

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