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County Cavan Travel Guide
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Cavan is one of three counties in Ulster that is not a part of Northern Ireland. The chief rivers are the Woodford, the Shannon (rising on the south slopes of Cuilcagh mountain; 667 m/2,188 ft), and the Erne. The eastern section of the county is wild. The county is covered in bog and forest.
Top Things to See and Do
Cavan Crystal Showrooms
The Cavan Burren
Cavan County Museum
The Museum of the Master Saddler
Maudabawn Cultural Centre
St Killian's Heritage Centre
Ballyhaise College, which is one of the finest examples of Georgian architecture in Ireland, is now an agricultural college.
Drumlane monastic site
Cabra Castle is a 19th century castellated mansion, near Kingscourt. It is now a 4-star hotel.
Cranaghan House is a large mansion with ionic portico.
Farnham House and its 1000 acre estate are now part of the newly developed Radisson SAS Farnham Estate.
Rathkenny House is an early 19th century "S" front, three-bay mansion with Tudor gate lodge.
Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann 2010, Cavan Town
Féile Chathal Buí, end of June, Blacklion
Neighbor regions/States: County Monaghan, County Leitrim, County Longford, County Meath, County Westmeath and County Fermanagh
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Edited by: derick on 15.05.2010