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County Leitrim (Irish: Contae Liatroma) is one of the counties of Ireland and is part of the province of Connacht. Its name derives from the Irish Liath Druim – "grey ridge." Leitrim has a short length of Atlantic (Donegal Bay) coastline but is mostly inland country.

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Leitrim is bound by water, which defines its character and supplies its recreation. The Shannon Erne Waterway, Europe’s longest inland navigable waterway, stretches through the county. The county boasts Ireland’s earliest salmon river – the Drowes at Tullaghan, so plenty of choice for all those anglers. There are lively riverside towns and cruise bases, with friendly pubs and impromptu music sessions. Visit Costello chapel, the smallest in Europe, the Glencar Waterfall, or Parkes Castle. Enjoy splendid walks along the way marked routes which contain some of the finest hill-walking country in Ireland.

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