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No. Limerick is a county and a city in the midwest of Ireland. Shannon is a town in county Clare in the west of Ireland and it is the name of a river that flows through the centre of Ireland. Its source is near but not in Northern Ireland, and it flows into the Atlantic in the midwest of Ireland, passing through Limerick city and close to the town of Shannon.

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Limerick city is in the county of Limerick. It is in the Midwest of Ireland, on the river Shannon.



No. Limerick is in the mid west of Ireland.


Shannon International Airport, Limerick


The River Shannon flows through Limerick


From Dublin you can get a train to Limerick city. It is about 16 miles or 25 kilometres from Shannon Airport. From Limerick you would get a bus or taxi to Shannon Airport.


Limerick is both a county and city in Ireland, the city being in the county. Limerick is in the province of Munster, the most southern of Ireland's four provinces. Limerick is in the north of Munster, in the midwest of Ireland, where the river Shannon flows through the city, into the Shannon Estuary and then into the Atlantic Ocean. The north coast of Limerick forms most of the southern boundary of the Shannon Estuary.


Shannon Airport. It is about 16 miles or 26 kilometres from Limerick city.


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The Shannon River in Ireland feeds into the Shannon Estuary. The town where the Shannon Estuary is located is called Limerick.



No. You would first have to make the journey to Limerick, and get a train from there. Limerick is only about 16 miles away, and you can get a bus to it.


No. Shannon is a town in County Clare in the Republic of Ireland


The Shannon Estuary is near Limerick, Ireland.


Athlone is the largest town on the river Shannon. Only the city of Limerick would be bigger.


The town of Shannon is located in County Clare Ireland. It is a satellite town to the nearby city of Limerick. It was established on June 1 1982 and has a small population


Republic of Ireland into Northern Ireland


The Shannon flows through the city of Limerick and then opens into the Shannon Estuary which meets the Atlantic Ocean.The Shannon flows through the city of Limerick and then opens into the Shannon Estuary which meets the Atlantic Ocean.The Shannon flows through the city of Limerick and then opens into the Shannon Estuary which meets the Atlantic Ocean.The Shannon flows through the city of Limerick and then opens into the Shannon Estuary which meets the Atlantic Ocean.The Shannon flows through the city of Limerick and then opens into the Shannon Estuary which meets the Atlantic Ocean.The Shannon flows through the city of Limerick and then opens into the Shannon Estuary which meets the Atlantic Ocean.The Shannon flows through the city of Limerick and then opens into the Shannon Estuary which meets the Atlantic Ocean.The Shannon flows through the city of Limerick and then opens into the Shannon Estuary which meets the Atlantic Ocean.The Shannon flows through the city of Limerick and then opens into the Shannon Estuary which meets the Atlantic Ocean.The Shannon flows through the city of Limerick and then opens into the Shannon Estuary which meets the Atlantic Ocean.The Shannon flows through the city of Limerick and then opens into the Shannon Estuary which meets the Atlantic Ocean.


It is the river Shannon, starting at the Shannon Pot in county Cavan and flowing into the Shannon Estuary and the Atlantic Ocean after passing through the city of Limerick.


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Waterford City - after Dublin, Cork & Limerick Cities. Some would argue that Belfast is the 2nd largest city in Ireland thus making Limerick the 4th city in Ireland but that is incorrect. As Belfast is in Northern Ireland, a seperate "entity" to Ireland the 4 largest cities in Ireland are as above Dublin, Cork, Limerick & Waterford


Limerick is a county in Ireland and it is also a city.


The river Shannon starts in county Cavan, which is geographically in the north of Ireland, though not in Northern Ireland. It is in the Republic of Ireland, which is often incorrectly referred to as the south of Ireland.


Ireland does not have postcodes, so after the name of the particular town or place in Limerick just put: Limerick Ireland If it is in county Limerick, but not in the city, you could put County Limerick, instead of Limerick, but it doesn't matter. Your letter will get there.


Yes, County Limerick is in the Republic of Ireland.



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