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Monaghan (town, Ireland)

Monaghan, town (1991 pop. 5,919), seat of Co. Monaghan, N Republic of Ireland. It is a farm market with some manufacturing. Monaghan houses the cathedral of the Roman Catholic diocese of Clogher.

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