Clonard (Irish: Cluain Ioraird, meaning "Iorard's pasture") is a small village in County Meath, Ireland. It lies on the R148 regional road between the towns of Kinnegad and Enfield. This road was the main road between Dublin and Galway until the construction of the M4 motorway - it is still used by traffic avoiding the toll on the M4. It is notable for being one of the earliest Christian sites in Ireland, being linked with the first Irish bishop Palladius c. 450 and as the location of a major early medieval monastery, founded in the 6th century by St. Finnian.

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  • Clonard (irisch: Cluain Ioraird, wörtlich übersetzt: Erards Weide), heute eine kleine Ortschaft im County Meath mit 347 Einwohnern (2006) an der N4 von Dublin nach Sligo, war einst eines der bedeutendsten monastischen Zentren Irlands und bis 1202 Bischofssitz. (de)
  • Clonard est un village du comté de Meath en Irlande. (fr)
  • Clonard (Irish: Cluain Ioraird, meaning "Iorard's pasture") is a small village in County Meath, Ireland. It lies on the R148 regional road between the towns of Kinnegad and Enfield. This road was the main road between Dublin and Galway until the construction of the M4 motorway - it is still used by traffic avoiding the toll on the M4. It is notable for being one of the earliest Christian sites in Ireland, being linked with the first Irish bishop Palladius c. 450 and as the location of a major early medieval monastery, founded in the 6th century by St. Finnian. c. 1177, Hugh de Lacy, Lord of Meath, built a motte-and-bailey fortification at Clonard. It is a well-known landmark in the village. There village contains a Catholic Church, graveyard and a primary school. It is served by Bus Éireann services to Dublin and West of Ireland. (en)
  • Clonard (irl.: Cluain Ioraird) – wieś w hrabstwie Meath w Irlandii położona przy drodze R148, pomiędzy miastami Kinnegad i Enfield. We wsi znajduje się wczesnośredniowieczny klasztor założony przez św. Finiana. Wieś jest również powiązana z pierwszym irlandzkim biskupem Palladiuszem. (pl)
  • Клонард (англ. Clonard; ирл. Cluain Ioraird) — село в Ирландии, находится в графстве Мит (провинция Ленстер). Местная достопримечательность — воздвигнутый в VI веке монастырь. (ru)
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  • Clonard (irisch: Cluain Ioraird, wörtlich übersetzt: Erards Weide), heute eine kleine Ortschaft im County Meath mit 347 Einwohnern (2006) an der N4 von Dublin nach Sligo, war einst eines der bedeutendsten monastischen Zentren Irlands und bis 1202 Bischofssitz. (de)
  • Clonard est un village du comté de Meath en Irlande. (fr)
  • Clonard (irl.: Cluain Ioraird) – wieś w hrabstwie Meath w Irlandii położona przy drodze R148, pomiędzy miastami Kinnegad i Enfield. We wsi znajduje się wczesnośredniowieczny klasztor założony przez św. Finiana. Wieś jest również powiązana z pierwszym irlandzkim biskupem Palladiuszem. (pl)
  • Клонард (англ. Clonard; ирл. Cluain Ioraird) — село в Ирландии, находится в графстве Мит (провинция Ленстер). Местная достопримечательность — воздвигнутый в VI веке монастырь. (ru)
  • Clonard (Irish: Cluain Ioraird, meaning "Iorard's pasture") is a small village in County Meath, Ireland. It lies on the R148 regional road between the towns of Kinnegad and Enfield. This road was the main road between Dublin and Galway until the construction of the M4 motorway - it is still used by traffic avoiding the toll on the M4. It is notable for being one of the earliest Christian sites in Ireland, being linked with the first Irish bishop Palladius c. 450 and as the location of a major early medieval monastery, founded in the 6th century by St. Finnian. (en)
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