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Kilbeggan (Irish: Cill Bheagáin) is a town located in County Westmeath, Ireland. It is famous primarily for its horse racecourse located just outside the town. The River Brosna flows through the town and the N6 and N52 roads intersect in the town.

See also: List of towns in the Republic of Ireland

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Kilbeggan (Cill Bheagáin in Irish) is a town located on the River Brosna in County Westmeath, Ireland.
Today, the town serves as a service centre for the local farming community, hosts some light industry, and is seen increasingly as a Dublin commuter town, particularly since the extension of the M4 motorway west of the city.
Kilbeggan is chiefly famous for Locke’s Distillery, the oldest in Ireland, founded in 1750 and now a museum, and for its racecourse located just outside the town.
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