Munster

Munster is one of the provinces of Ireland, in the south of Ireland. In early Ireland, the Kingdom of Munster was one of the kingdoms of Gaelic Ireland ruled by a "king of over-kings".
Photo: Michal Gorski, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Notable Places in the Area

Railway station
railway station is station on the Cork to Dublin Railway line. Photo: James Corbett, CC BY-SA 2.0.

Ruins
is a medieval church and a National Monument in , Ireland. is situated 6 km east of Munster.

Localities in the Area

Town
is a town in north , . Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 2.0.

Locality
is a small village in , located 6.5 km west of on the R515 road.

Village
is a village and townland near in , . is situated 8 km south of Munster.

Munster

Latitude
52.3433° or 52° 20' 36" north
Longitude
-8.7167° or 8° 43' west
Open Location Code
9C4H87VM+88
Population
1,250,000
Elevation
130 metres (427 feet)
Geo­Names ID
7521315

Also Known As

  • Albanian: Munster
  • Albanian: Munsteri
  • Arabic: مونستر
  • Aragonese: An Mhumhain
  • Aragonese: Munster
  • Armenian: Մանսթեր
  • Asturian; Bable: Munster
  • Azerbaijani: Munster
  • Basque: Munster
  • Bavarian: Munster
  • Belarusian: Манстэр
  • Belarusian: Мунстэр
  • Breton: An Mhumhain
  • Breton: Cúige Mumhan
  • Breton: Munster
  • Bulgarian: Мънстър
  • Catalan: Munster
  • Cebuano: Munster (lalawigan)
  • Cebuano: Munster
  • Central Kurdish: مونستێر
  • Central Kurdish: مونستەر
  • Chinese: Munster Séng
  • Chinese: 芒斯特
  • Chinese: 芒斯特省
  • Chinese: 莫雲省
  • Chuvash: Манстер
  • Croatian: Cúige Mumhan
  • Croatian: Munster
  • Czech: Munster
  • Danish: Munster
  • Dutch: Munster
  • Esperanto: Munster
  • Estonian: Munster
  • Estonian: Munsteri provints
  • Faroese: Munster
  • Finnish: Munster
  • French: Munster
  • Gaelic (Scots): Còigeamh Mumhan
  • Gaelic (Scots): Cúige Mumhan
  • Gallegan: Munster - An Mhumhain
  • Gallegan: Munster - Cúige Mumhan
  • Gallegan: Munster
  • Georgian: მანსტერი
  • Georgian: მუნსტერი
  • German: An Mhumhain
  • German: Cúige Mumhan
  • German: Munster
  • German: Südwestirland
  • Greek: Μάνστερ
  • Hebrew: מנסטר
  • Indonesian: Munster
  • Interlingue: Munster
  • Irish: An Mhumhain
  • Irish: Cúige Mumhan
  • Irish: Mumha
  • Irish: Mumhain
  • Irish: Mumhan
  • Italian: Munster
  • Japanese: マンスター
  • Kazakh: Mwnster
  • Kazakh: Манстер
  • Kazakh: Мунстер
  • Kazakh: مۋنستەر
  • Korean: 먼스터
  • Latin: Momonia
  • Latvian: Manstera
  • Lithuanian: Mansteris
  • Low German; Low Saxon: Munster
  • Macedonian: Манстер
  • Manx: Queiggey Mooan
  • Manx: Yn Vooan
  • Min Nan Chinese: Munster Séng
  • Narom: Momonîn
  • Northern Frisian: Munster (Irlun)
  • Northern Frisian: Munster
  • Norwegian: Munster
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Munster
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: An Mhumhain
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Cúige Mumhan
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Mumha
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Munster
  • Occitan (post 1500); Provençal: Munster
  • Ossetian; Ossetic: Манстер
  • Persian: مونستر (ایرلند)
  • Persian: مونستر
  • Polish: An Mhumhain
  • Polish: Munster
  • Portuguese: Munster
  • Pushto: مونسټر (آیرلنډ)
  • Pushto: مونسټر
  • Russian: Манстер
  • Russian: Мунстер
  • Russian: Мюнстер
  • Scots: Munster
  • Scots: Münster
  • Serbian: An Mhumhain
  • Serbian: Manster
  • Serbian: Munster
  • Serbian: Манстер
  • Serbo-Croatian: Cúige Mumhan
  • Serbo-Croatian: Manster
  • Serbo-Croatian: Munster
  • Slovak: Munster
  • Spanish: An Mhumhain
  • Spanish: Munster
  • Swedish: Munster, Irland
  • Swedish: Munster
  • Turkish: Munster
  • Ukrainian: Манстер
  • Urdu: مونسٹر
  • Vietnamese: Munster
  • Welsh: Munster
  • Western Panjabi: منستر
  • Wu Chinese: 芒斯特省
  • Yue Chinese: 莫雲省

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