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County Carlow
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County Carlow

County Carlow
Area: 896 kmē
Capital: Carlow
Code: CW
Population: 46,014 (2002)
Province: Leinster

Carlow (Ceatharlach in Irish) is a county located towards the south east of Ireland, in the province of Leinster. It has an overall population of just over 45,000, as of August 2002. The town of Carlow, built on the River Barrow, has a population of 17,880.

Famous people: William Dargan

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