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County Monaghan, comprising some
136,000 hectares, is a landlocked county, having boundaries with four other
Ulster counties — Tyrone, Armagh, Fermanagh and Cavan — as well as with
Louth and Meath. The county name derives from Muineachan, the place of the
thickets. Much of the county is a mix of rounded hills and poorly drained
uplands interspersed with more fertile and manageable soils on the lower
parts where limestone predominates. The highest hills are the Slieve Beagh
range in the north-west...
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