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Posted in Kinsale History by Kinsale Harbour Cruises on 11 March 2014

The native inhabitants had different names for various places within the harbour up until the end of the 19th century. Some of these are as follows: Cam Leaca, this is the hillside above the Lower road, where the apartments are today. An Bóthar Uachtarach, the road between the Spaniard pub and Ringcurran cross. Bóithrín na Leanbh is the nearest part of the Lower Road to the town, between the terrace and the seat on the Lower Road. Bóthairín na Suigrighe, the Lower Road from the seat to Summercove. Scilly Dam was known as Gleann na mBád and Scilly was known to the indigenous Irish speaking population as Báile na Iasgaire.


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