Bruree

Irish Local Names Explained

Bruree in Limerick; called in Irish documents Brugh-righ [Bruree], the fort or palace of the king; for it was the chief seat of Olioll Olum, king of Munster in the second century, and afterwards of the O'Donovans. Several of the old forts still remain.

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