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Cupidstown HillHillCnoc Bhaile Cupid A name in Irish (Ir. Cnoc Bhaile Cupid [logainm.ie], 'hill of Cupidstown')County Highpoint of Kildare, in County Highpoint List, Chloritic, feldspathic greywacke Bedrock
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Cupidstown Hill is the highest point in Co. Kildare. However, it is on the fringes of the Dublin Mountains and is dwarfed by other nearby hills such as Seefingan and Kippure, both on the Dublin/Wicklow county boundary. It is therefore less well known than certain lesser heights in Co. Kildare, such as Dunmurry Hill (231m) and the Hill of Allen (202m), which dominate their surroundings to a greater extent. Cupidstown and Cupidstownhill are names of townlands in the parish of Kilteel.