Dunmore Cave

Dunmore Cave is a limestone solutional cave in Ballyfoyle, , Ireland. It is formed in Lower Carboniferous limestone of the Clogrenan Formation.

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Dunmore Cave

52.7338° or 52° 44' 1.8" north
-7.2466° or 7° 14' 47.6" west
Open Location Code
114 metres (374 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 291195242
Geo­Names ID
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Also Known As

  • Cebuano: Cave of Dunmore
  • Chinese: 丹漠洞
  • Egyptian Spoken Arabic: كهف دنمور
  • English: Dunmore Caves
  • German: Dunmore Cave
  • Irish: Dearc Fhearna
  • Polish: Jaskinia Dunmore
  • Swedish: Cave of Dunmore

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