Ballinafad

Ballinafad is a village in , . The village overlooks , and is itself overlooked by the ruins of Ballinafad Castle. Ambrose O'Higgins, who became governor of and viceroy of Perú, was born in this area.

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is a market town in in northwest Ireland, with a population in 2016 of 2568. Photo: Colmmc, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Ballinafad

Latitude
54.0273° or 54° 1' 38.2" north
Longitude
-8.3343° or 8° 20' 3.6" west
Elevation
57 metres (187 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 52269003
Geo­Names ID
2966772
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Also Known As

  • Basque: Ballinafad
  • Dutch: Ballinafad
  • French: Ballinafad
  • Georgian: ბალინაფადი
  • Irish: Béal an Átha Fada
  • Russian: Баллинафад
  • Spanish: Ballinafad

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