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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Millstreet (Irish: Sráid an Mhuilinn) is a town in north County Cork, Ireland, with a population of 1,555 (as of 2016)[2]. The town is most famous for hosting Eurovision Song Contest 1993.

Millstreet is within the Civil Parish of Drishane, and within a Poor Law Union also called Millstreet. The Millstreet Union encompasses the civil parishes of Drishane and Kilcorney.

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Geography

The town is at the foot of Clara Mountain.

The townlands within Millstreet Poor Law Union were part of the barony of West Muskerry. Aubane was a neighborhood of Millstreet Poor Law Union within the townlands of Tooreenbane and Tullig, and is outside of the town proper.

Culture

Despite its small population, Millstreet has hosted many major events. One of the largest equestrian centres in Ireland, the Green Glens Arena, is in Millstreet. Part of the centre is a facility for shows and exhibitions.

The town's Catholic church is dedicated to St. Patrick.

Since 1985, the town has been twinned with Pommerit-le-Vicomte in Brittany, France.

Transport

The town is on the MallowKillarneyTralee line of the Irish railway network. Millstreet railway station opened in 1853 and closed for goods traffic in 1976,[3] although it remains open for passenger train services.

People

References

  1. ^ "Census 2016 - Small Area Population Statistics (SAPMAP Area) - Settlements - Millstreet". Census 2016. Central Statistics Office.
  2. ^ "Census 2016 - Small Area Population Statistics (SAPMAP Area) - Settlements - Millstreet". Census 2016. Central Statistics Office.
  3. ^ "Millstreet station" (PDF). Railscot - Irish Railways. Retrieved 2007-08-31.

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