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Croghan HillHillCnoc Cruacháin A name in Irish, also Brí Éile an extra name in Irish(Ir. Cnoc Cruacháin [logainm.ie], 'hill of the little stack')OffalyCounty in Leinster Province, in Binnion List, Volcaniclastic agglomerate Bedrock
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Brí Éile, '(fortified) hill of Éile', is the earlier Irish name of this hill. Éile (Ely) is a large territory covering parts of Offaly and Tipperary. Bearnán Éile (Devilsbit Mountain) is at the other end of it. The Hill of Croghan is the remains of an old volcano. A bog body, known as 'Old Croaghan Man', was found in the vicinity in 2003.
Croghan Hill is the 1324th highest place in Ireland. Croghan Hill is the most northerly summit in the South East Midlands area. Linkback: https://mountainviews.ie/summit/1017/