The Soghain were a people of ancient Ireland. Their main homeland was in Tir Soghain, later annexed into the kingdom of Hy-Many in what is now County Galway. They consisted of seven cenel's, or kindreds. ...more on Wikipedia about "Soghain"
South Galway was a former UK Parliament constituency in Ireland, returning one Member of Parliament 1885-1922. ...more on Wikipedia about "South Galway (UK Parliament constituency)"
The Twelve Bens or Twelve Pins ( Irish Na Beanna Beola) is a picturesque mountain range in Connemara in the west of Ireland. They are not very big (max 730m) but a pleasant climb in fine weather, with superb views and no congestion. Dedicated fell runners do all twelve in a single (long!) day. Topographically, this range is partnered with the Maumturks range on the other side of the lonely Inagh Valley (and the route of Western Way long distance path). ...more on Wikipedia about "Twelve Bens"
The Western Way is a 250 km Long-distance trail in the Republic of Ireland that runs through some of the best landscape in Connemara ( County Galway) and County Mayo. ...more on Wikipedia about "Western Way"
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