Excel Spreadsheet showing 32 counties and their respective towns in Ireland
Asked by: nealo2006-ga
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11 Oct 2006 07:08 PDT
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Question ID: 772625
I'll be using this as a database for a delivery firm in Ireland. As long as MOST towns and all large towns are included, that's all that matters at this point.
Re: Excel Spreadsheet showing 32 counties and their respective towns in Ireland
Answered By: scriptor-ga on 11 Oct 2006 10:47 PDT
Dear nealo2006, I have created an Excel file with all towns in all counties in both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, following the definitions of what a town is used by the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency and the Central Statistics Office of the Republic of Ireland. Some place names show up twice; that is not a mistake but reflects that those towns span county borders. Please follow this link to download the file: http://home.arcor.de/poesenau/Counties-Towns-Ireland.xls Hope this is what you were looking for! Regards, Scriptor Sources: Central Statistics Office Ireland (2003). Census 2002. Volume 1: Population Classified by Area. Stationery Office Dublin, 173pp Central Statistics Office Ireland http://www.cso.ie/ Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency http://www.nisra.gov.uk/ Wikipedia: List of census towns in the Republic of Ireland http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_census_towns_in_the_Republic_of_Ireland Wikipedia: List of towns in Northern Ireland http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Towns_in_Northern_Ireland Wikipedia: Towns in Northern Ireland http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Towns_in_Northern_Ireland
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This is exactly what I was looking for. Thanks You!
Could have saved yourself 20 bucks !!
From: mongolia-ga on 14 Oct 2006 16:50 PDT
Hi Ya Nealo2006 You could have saved yourself $20 as the almost identical question has appeared before on this forum (Question no. 524921) If you key in the search words "excel", "ireland" and "counties" you will see your own question and the prior question come up. The prior question was asked by armagh-ga and answered by nenna-ga. Regards Mongolia PS perhaps armagh-ga is your long lost twin brother :-).
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