Kilcormac (Irish: Cill Chormaic) is a small town in County Offaly, Ireland, located on the N52 at its junction with the R437 regional road, between the towns of Tullamore and Birr. It is a small town whose local population were predominantly employed by Bord na Móna to work the local peat bogs. The town is located near the Slieve Bloom Mountains. The Silver River flows through the town. The town was more commonly referred to as Frankford prior to Irish independence.

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  • Kilcormac (Irish: Cill Chormaic) is a small town in County Offaly, Ireland, located on the N52 at its junction with the R437 regional road, between the towns of Tullamore and Birr. It is a small town whose local population were predominantly employed by Bord na Móna to work the local peat bogs. The town is located near the Slieve Bloom Mountains. The Silver River flows through the town. The town was more commonly referred to as Frankford prior to Irish independence. (en)
  • Kilcormac (Cill Chormaic) est une petite ville du comté d'Offaly en Irlande située entre les villes de Tullamore et Birr. La population locale fût principalement employée par l'entreprise Bord na Móna pour travailler dans les tourbières locales. La ville se trouve près des montagnes Slieve Bloom et la rivière argentée (Silver River) la traverse. Avant l'indépendance irlandaise, Kilcormac était communément appelée Frankford. (fr)
  • Kilcormac is een plaats in het Ierse graafschap Offaly. De plaats telt 879 inwoners. (nl)
  • Килкормак (англ. Kilcormac; ирл. Cill Chormaic) — деревня в Ирландии, находится в графстве Оффали (провинция Ленстер). (ru)
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  • Kilcormac (Irish: Cill Chormaic) is a small town in County Offaly, Ireland, located on the N52 at its junction with the R437 regional road, between the towns of Tullamore and Birr. It is a small town whose local population were predominantly employed by Bord na Móna to work the local peat bogs. The town is located near the Slieve Bloom Mountains. The Silver River flows through the town. The town was more commonly referred to as Frankford prior to Irish independence. (en)
  • Kilcormac (Cill Chormaic) est une petite ville du comté d'Offaly en Irlande située entre les villes de Tullamore et Birr. La population locale fût principalement employée par l'entreprise Bord na Móna pour travailler dans les tourbières locales. La ville se trouve près des montagnes Slieve Bloom et la rivière argentée (Silver River) la traverse. Avant l'indépendance irlandaise, Kilcormac était communément appelée Frankford. (fr)
  • Kilcormac is een plaats in het Ierse graafschap Offaly. De plaats telt 879 inwoners. (nl)
  • Килкормак (англ. Kilcormac; ирл. Cill Chormaic) — деревня в Ирландии, находится в графстве Оффали (провинция Ленстер). (ru)
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  • Kilcormac (fr)
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