The Ben of Howth (Irish: Beann Éadair ) is a hilly area on Howth Head, adjacent to the 171 metre high Black Linn, the peninsula's highest point.

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  • The Ben of Howth (Irish: Beann Éadair ) is a hilly area on Howth Head, adjacent to the 171 metre high Black Linn, the peninsula's highest point. (en)
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  • Location in Ireland
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  • Ben of Howth Radio Mast - geograph.org.uk - 518811.jpg
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  • Ben of Howth Radio Mast
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  • The Ben of Howth (Irish: Beann Éadair ) is a hilly area on Howth Head, adjacent to the 171 metre high Black Linn, the peninsula's highest point. (en)
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