Croaghgorm

Croaghgorm or Bluestack is a 674-metre mountain in , . It is the highest of the Blue Stack Mountains and the third-highest mountain in County Donegal.On 31 January 1944, during World War II, a Royal Air Force Sunderland plane crashed on the mountain.
Latitude
54.7542° or 54° 45' 15" north
Longitude
-8.081° or 8° 4' 51.7" west
Open Location Code
9C6HQW39+MH
Elevation
674 metres (2,211 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 332372659
Geo­Names ID
2966092
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Also Known As

  • Cebuano: Blue Stack Mountains
  • Dutch: Croaghgorm
  • Hebrew: כרואגורם
  • Irish: An Chruach Ghorm
  • Irish: An Chruach Gorm
  • Swedish: Blue Stack Mountains
  • Croaghgorm Mountains

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