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Charleville - Cork

Convent of Mercy

Charleville or Rath Luirc (Rath Luirc or An Rath in Irish) is a town in north County Cork. Charleville's name originates from 'Charles Town' showing the town's 17th century foundation. The name was Gaelicised in the 1920's to Rath Luirc but this has been very sparsely used since. Significant industries in the town include Kerry CO-OP and the booming construction and services sector.

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  • County: Cork
  • Town: Charleville
  • Scene: Convent of Mercy in town
  • Date: 1920 (estimate)

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Charleville

Charleville or Rath Luirc (Rath Luirc or An Rath in Irish) is a town in north County Cork, Republic of Ireland, situated in Ireland's Golden Vale, near the border with County Limerick. It is the second largest town between Limerick and Cork (Mallow is the largest), and is located on the N20 road between them.

The Irish railway network also connects to the town, with the Cork–Dublin line running by. Formerly there was a junction at Charleville, for trains running directly from Limerick via Croom (see Irish railway history).

Charleville's name originates from 'Charles Town' showing the town's 17th century foundation. The name was Gaelicised in the 1920's to Rath Luirc but this has been very sparsely used since. Significant industries in the town include Kerry CO-OP and the booming construction and services sector.

The population of the town at the 2002 Census was 2,859.