Lough Nacung Upper (Irish: Loch na Cuinge Uachtarach meaning 'Upper Narrowness lake') is a lake in County Donegal, Ireland. It connects Lough Dunlewey to Lough Nacung Lower, which drains into the Clady River.Lough Nacung is a Special Area of Conservation. The name is derived from the Irish cuing, meaning "narrow neck of land (as between two lakes)."

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  • Lough Nacung Upper (Irish: Loch na Cuinge Uachtarach meaning 'Upper Narrowness lake') is a lake in County Donegal, Ireland. It connects Lough Dunlewey to Lough Nacung Lower, which drains into the Clady River.Lough Nacung is a Special Area of Conservation. The name is derived from the Irish cuing, meaning "narrow neck of land (as between two lakes)." (en)
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  • Lough Nacung Upper (Irish: Loch na Cuinge Uachtarach meaning 'Upper Narrowness lake') is a lake in County Donegal, Ireland. It connects Lough Dunlewey to Lough Nacung Lower, which drains into the Clady River.Lough Nacung is a Special Area of Conservation. The name is derived from the Irish cuing, meaning "narrow neck of land (as between two lakes)." (en)
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