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Lifford

Lifford (Irish: Leifear) is the county town of Donegal in the Republic of Ireland and the seat of Donegal County Council. The town grew up around a castle established there by Manghus Domhnaill, ruler of west Donegal, in the 16th century, and later became a British army garrison until Irish independence in 1922.

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