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Dualla, County Tipperary

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Dualla, County Tipperary

Dualla (Dubhaille) is a village near Cashel in Ireland in County Tipperary on the R691. A number of small housing estates have been built in the area in recent years adding to the few scattered houses along the road and parish church that constituted the village.

(There is a local 'Big House' known as Dually and the settlement is marked as Dually on roadmaps. However all local signage refers to the place as Dualla; as do the Local Council and residents - see thumbnail).


Charles Bianconi died in Longfield House in nearby Boherlahan.


  • Boherlahen-Dualla GAA

See also

  • List of towns and villages in Ireland

Coordinates: 52°32′28″N 7°48′57″W / 52.54111°N 7.81583°W / 52.54111; -7.81583

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