Lough Finn (Irish: Loch Finne) is a freshwater lough (lake) in County Donegal, Ireland. The lough, along with its neighbouring village of Fintown, was named after a mythological woman, Finngeal, who drowned in the lake after attempting to save her wounded brother Feargamhain. The water from Lough Finn outflows into the River Finn.

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  • Le Lough Finn (Loch Finne en irlandais) est un lac d'Irlande, situé dans le Comté de Donegal à proximité du village de Fintown. Mesurant environ 5 km de long sur 300 à 500 m de large, le Lough Finn est la source de la rivière Finn, longue de 64 km et affluent de la Foyle. (fr)
  • Lough Finn (Irish: Loch Finne) is a freshwater lough (lake) in County Donegal, Ireland. The lough, along with its neighbouring village of Fintown, was named after a mythological woman, Finngeal, who drowned in the lake after attempting to save her wounded brother Feargamhain. The water from Lough Finn outflows into the River Finn. (en)
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  • Lough Finn (en)
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  • Lough Finn (Irish: Loch Finne) is a freshwater lough (lake) in County Donegal, Ireland. The lough, along with its neighbouring village of Fintown, was named after a mythological woman, Finngeal, who drowned in the lake after attempting to save her wounded brother Feargamhain. The water from Lough Finn outflows into the River Finn. (en)
  • Le Lough Finn (Loch Finne en irlandais) est un lac d'Irlande, situé dans le Comté de Donegal à proximité du village de Fintown.Mesurant environ 5 km de long sur 300 à 500 m de large, le Lough Finn est la source de la rivière Finn, longue de 64 km et affluent de la Foyle. (fr)
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