Viewed to the west travelling north, dominates the surrounding lakes of the north Roscommon and Leitrim countryside. Situated between Boyle, and Castlebaldwin, the Curlew Mountains (Irish: An Corrshliabh) oversees the north Connacht countryside. The Battle of Curlew Pass, in which Irish forces defeated an English army, was fought here on the 15th of August 1599. Geologically, the Curlew Mountains are made of Devonian sandstone and conglomerate that is harder than the surrounding Carboniferous limestone, hence their appearance as an upland feature.

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  • Viewed to the west travelling north, dominates the surrounding lakes of the north Roscommon and Leitrim countryside. Situated between Boyle, and Castlebaldwin, the Curlew Mountains (Irish: An Corrshliabh) oversees the north Connacht countryside. The Battle of Curlew Pass, in which Irish forces defeated an English army, was fought here on the 15th of August 1599. Geologically, the Curlew Mountains are made of Devonian sandstone and conglomerate that is harder than the surrounding Carboniferous limestone, hence their appearance as an upland feature. (en)
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  • Through the Curlew Pass County Roscommon
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  • Viewed to the west travelling north, dominates the surrounding lakes of the north Roscommon and Leitrim countryside. Situated between Boyle, and Castlebaldwin, the Curlew Mountains (Irish: An Corrshliabh) oversees the north Connacht countryside. The Battle of Curlew Pass, in which Irish forces defeated an English army, was fought here on the 15th of August 1599. Geologically, the Curlew Mountains are made of Devonian sandstone and conglomerate that is harder than the surrounding Carboniferous limestone, hence their appearance as an upland feature. (en)
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