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Duniry is a small village between Tynagh and Abbey, in County Galway, Ireland. Nearby is the townland of Limehill, the south of which has a bog.

Duniry's most noted landmark was Egan's castle, now derelict; it flourished from 1450 to 1600[1] and is associated with stories of Clanricarde and their brehons.[citation needed] In the early 15th century, Murchadh Ó Cuindlis probably compiled An Leabhar Breac at Duniry.

Duniry has a hurling team.

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