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Encyclopedia > N21 road

The N21 road is a National Primary Route in Ireland, forming part of the overall route from Limerick to Tralee. The route commences near Patrickswell, about 18 km southwest of Limerick city, where the main N20 dual-carriageway out of the city becomes the N21 (the N20 Limerick–Cork route continuing on a diverging road). A typical Irish road sign in Mullingar, County Westmeath Ireland, both north and south of the border, has an extensive network of roads. ... Limerick (Irish: Luimneach) is a city and the county seat of County Limerick in the province of Munster, in the midwest of the Republic of Ireland. ... Tralee (Irish: Trá Lí) is the county town of County Kerry in Ireland. ... Patrickswell (Tobar Phádraig in Irish) is a small town in County Limerick, Ireland. ... Cork (Corcaigh in Irish) is the second city of the Republic of Ireland. ...


Prior to the completion of this dual-carriageway (leaving Limerick city from the south, at Childer's Road, with a link to the new Southeastern ring road), the N20 route left the city via the southeast, through Raheen and Patrickswell (where the N21 commenced) The N7 road is a National Primary Route in the Republic of Ireland, connecting Dublin to Limerick. ... Raheen is a suburban district in Limerick City, Ireland. ... Patrickswell (Tobar Phádraig in Irish) is a small town in County Limerick, Ireland. ...


The new road continues as far as the scenic tourist village of Adare, becoming standard two-lane road shortly beforehand. Although a bypass is planned, the N21 traffic flows along the main street of the village as of 2005. Categories: Ireland-place stubs | Towns in Limerick ... 2005 is a common year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar. ...


The N21 runs around Rathkeale, which is bypassed, before entering Newcastlewest and filtering through the town. Further along the route the N21 passes through Templeglanton, before entering the next major town of Abbeyfeale. From here the road turns directly southwest, crossing into County Kerry near Kilkinlea. Rathkeale (Ráth Caola in Irish) is a town in County Limerick, Ireland. ... Newcastle West (An Caisleán Nua in Irish) is a town in County Limerick, Ireland. ... Abbeyfeale (Irish: Mainistir na Féile) is a historical market town in County Limerick, Republic of Ireland near the boundary with County Kerry. ... County Kerry (Irish: Ciarraí) is a county in the southwest of Ireland, in the Munster province of the Republic of Ireland, informally referred to as The Kingdom. ...


At Castleisland, the N21 leaves the main road, heading west to Tralee. The short N23 road continues southwest to Farranfore, allowing traffic to continue south along the N22 to Killarney. Castleisland (Oileán Chiarraí in Irish) is a busy market town in county Kerry in Ireland. ... Tralee (Irish: Trá Lí) is the county town of County Kerry in Ireland. ... Farranfore (An Fearann Fuar in Irish, meaning the cold land) is a small town in County Kerry, Ireland. ... The N22 is a road in Ireland through Kerry and Cork counties, from Tralee in the west through Killarney, Macroom and Ballincollig to Cork City in the east. ... Torc Waterfall, near Killarney Killarney (Cill Airne, The church of the sloes) is a town in Co. ...


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