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River Shannon

The River Shannon, which divides Ireland into east and west, has been an important waterway since antiquity. First mapped by Ptolemy, the 200 mile long river empties into the sea in a western direction at Limerick, turning north in the city.

Also see: Shannon International Airport.

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