Arigna (Irish: An Airgnigh, formerly Arigneach) is a village in County Roscommon, Ireland. It is near Lough Allen (on the Shannon-Erne Waterway), on a designated "scenic route" between Keadue and Sliabh an Iarainn.Arigna is situated in Kilronan Parish alongside the fellow picturesque villages of Keadue and Ballyfarnon.The village lies close to the shores of Lough Allen.The village has a long association with the mining industry. Mining was carried out in Arigna for over 400 years until the mines were shut in 1990.

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  • Árigna (irlandés: An Airnigh) es un pueblo en el condado de Roscommon, Irlanda. El pueblo se encuentra cerca de Lough Allen, en una ruta designada panorámica entre Keadue y Sliabh an Iarainn, que significa "Montaña de hierro". Arigna tuvo una estación ferroviaria que operó desde el 2 de mayo de 1888 hasta que finalmente cerró el 1 de abril de 1959. Esta formaba parte de la estrecha vía férrea conocida por Cavan and Leitrim. (es)
  • Arigna (Irish: An Airgnigh, formerly Arigneach) is a village in County Roscommon, Ireland. It is near Lough Allen (on the Shannon-Erne Waterway), on a designated "scenic route" between Keadue and Sliabh an Iarainn.Arigna is situated in Kilronan Parish alongside the fellow picturesque villages of Keadue and Ballyfarnon.The village lies close to the shores of Lough Allen. The village has a long association with the mining industry. Mining was carried out in Arigna for over 400 years until the mines were shut in 1990. (en)
  • Arigna is een plaats in het Ierse graafschap Roscommon. (nl)
  • Аригна (англ. Arigna; ирл. An Airgnigh) — деревня в Ирландии, находится в графстве Роскоммон, ,баронство Бойл, приход Килронан (провинция Коннахт).Расположена недалеко от Лох-Аллена (на водном пути Шаннон — Эрн). Население около 500 человек. (ru)
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  • Árigna (irlandés: An Airnigh) es un pueblo en el condado de Roscommon, Irlanda. El pueblo se encuentra cerca de Lough Allen, en una ruta designada panorámica entre Keadue y Sliabh an Iarainn, que significa "Montaña de hierro". Arigna tuvo una estación ferroviaria que operó desde el 2 de mayo de 1888 hasta que finalmente cerró el 1 de abril de 1959. Esta formaba parte de la estrecha vía férrea conocida por Cavan and Leitrim. (es)
  • Arigna is een plaats in het Ierse graafschap Roscommon. (nl)
  • Аригна (англ. Arigna; ирл. An Airgnigh) — деревня в Ирландии, находится в графстве Роскоммон, ,баронство Бойл, приход Килронан (провинция Коннахт).Расположена недалеко от Лох-Аллена (на водном пути Шаннон — Эрн). Население около 500 человек. (ru)
  • Arigna (Irish: An Airgnigh, formerly Arigneach) is a village in County Roscommon, Ireland. It is near Lough Allen (on the Shannon-Erne Waterway), on a designated "scenic route" between Keadue and Sliabh an Iarainn.Arigna is situated in Kilronan Parish alongside the fellow picturesque villages of Keadue and Ballyfarnon.The village lies close to the shores of Lough Allen.The village has a long association with the mining industry. Mining was carried out in Arigna for over 400 years until the mines were shut in 1990. (en)
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  • Arigna (es)
  • Arigna (nl)
  • Аригна (ru)
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