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Tipperary is a town in County Tipperary.


In Irish, 'Tiobraid Árann' means 'The Well of the Arra' - a reference to the river which flows through the town. The well itself is located in the townland of Glenbane which is in the parish of Lattin and Cullen. This is where the river "Arra" rises. Little is known of the historical significance of the well.

Tipperary gives its name to the British music hall song "It's a Long Way to Tipperary".

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  • Maid of Erin statue.
  • Bronze Statue of Charles Kickham.
  • Memorial of Manchester Martyrs.


  • 1 Tipperary Racecourse, Tipperary Racecourse, Limerick Junction, Co. Tipperary, +353 062 51357. Mixed course, ( formerly known as Limerick Junction). Venue encourages a smart casual dress code. Adult: €15.00. Tipperary Racecourse (Q7808909) on Wikidata Tipperary Racecourse on Wikipedia






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