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millsd1
2014-01-22 16:48:44
Re When is Tara Hill not Tara Hill.
A few words in support of Geo’s recent comment:-
Tara Hill is in Co. Wexford.
The 159m summit located at N920597 in Co. Meath has always been referred to as the “Hill of Tara”. Reference sources range from my half-century old primary school history books to numerous guide-books, maps, web-sites and even the name above the door of the excellent coffee adjacent the summit!
At one level it may be considered trivia, but at another I think it important that summits (particularly those of high historical and cultural significance such as Tara) are correctly named.
Can it be changed please?
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Forum: General
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Day 17 Germany Trip
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Day 16 Germany Trip
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Day 15 Germany Trip
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Forum: General
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