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A county town is the 'capital' or main town of a county. County towns are usually the location of administrative or judicial functions, or established over time as the de facto main town of a county.
List of county towns within Ireland
Historic counties of Northern Ireland
Republic of Ireland
Traditional counties of Ireland
The term county capital is also used.
|County Laois (formerly Queen's County)||Portlaoise (formerly known as Maryborough)|
|County Meath||Trim (Navan - de facto)|
|County Offaly (formerly King's County)||Tullamore (since 1835), originally Philipstown|
|County Tipperary||Previously Cashel and Clonmel. Since 1898 shared between Clonmel (south) and Nenagh (north). Tipperary Town has never been county town.|
|County Waterford||Dungarvan (previously Waterford).|
Other counties of Ireland
|Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown||Dún Laoghaire|