Monefelin River facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsMonefelin River
Map showing the location of the Three Sisters rivers.
|Native name||Abhainn Mhóin Fheidhlim|
|Main source||Gowran (barony)|
|River mouth||Ballyvalden River/River Barrow
28.36 m (93.0 ft)
|Length||17 km (11 mi)|
|Progression||Ballyvalden River—River Barrow—Celtic Sea|
|River system||River Barrow|
|Basin size||41.79 km2 (16.14 sq mi)|
The Monefelim River (Irish: Abhainn Mhóin Fheidhlim) is a river that flows through the county of Kilkenny in Ireland. It is a tributary of the Ballyvalden River before they join the River Barrow. It is part of the Barrow catchment area. The Local Authority is Kilkenny County Council.
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