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Castlebaldwin

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Castlebaldwin or Bellanagarrigeeny (Irish: Béal Átha na gCarraigíní, meaning "mouth of the ford of the small rocks") is a townland and small village in County Sligo, Ireland.

The castle outside the village of Castlebaldwin is a fortified 17th-century house (Duchas reference SL034-185--- Grid reference G:75686:14470) rather than a medieval castle, with gun slits in the walls and a machicolation over the door. The walls of the castle are made from stones taken from a nunnery that was near the village. Castlebaldwin is situated near the Carrowkeel Passage Tombs.

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