Musheramore

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Musheramore
Muisire Mór
Highest point
Elevation 644 m (2,113 ft) [1][2]
Prominence 439 m (1,440 ft) [1]
Listing Hewitt, Marilyn
Coordinates 52°00′50″N 8°58′42″W / 52.013903°N 8.978393°W / 52.013903; -8.978393Coordinates: 52°00′50″N 8°58′42″W / 52.013903°N 8.978393°W / 52.013903; -8.978393
Naming
Translation great [mountain] of the Múscraige (Irish)
Geography
Location County Cork, Republic of Ireland
Parent range Boggeragh Mountains
OSI/OSNI grid W328850

Musheramore (from Irish: Muisire Mór, meaning "great [mountain] of the Múscraige")[3] is a 644 m (2,113 ft) mountain in County Cork, Ireland. It is the highest of the Boggeragh Mountains.[1]

There are two holy wells on the mountain: one at the summit for sick animals and one on its northern slopes St Johns Well for humans.[1]

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