boasts a thriving vibrant city, excellent for shopping,
dining, culture and entertainment - while Limerick county is
adorned with attractive towns and villages, many of which
are built on the banks of the river Shannon.
This charming county derives its name from the Irish 'Luamanach' - an area covered with cloaks - referring to cloaks, which were said to have been seen floating on the River Shannon after a battle. The majority of the county of Limerick is taken over by a limestone plain known as Golden Vale.
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