The name Tipperary is from: Tipperary County, a county in Ireland. >Geography and political_subdivisions[edit]>/span> Contae Thiobraid Árann (County Tipperary) is a district in Ireland. Tipperary was founded in the early 13th centuries, just after the Norman incursion of Ireland. In 2016 the total district resident count was 160,441. The Tipperary is the 6th biggest of the 32 districts by area and the 8th biggest by people.

This is also the biggest inland town in Ireland. It is part of the Irish plains, but the varied landscape includes several mountains: the Knockmealdown, the Galtee, the Arra Hills and the Silvermine Mountains. Much of the shire is dewatered by the Suir River; the northwestern part by the Shannon River affluents; the east part by the Nore River; the southwestern part by the Blackwater Cathedral.

Not a part of the shire is touching the shore. There' 12 historical Baronesses in Tipperary County: Tipperary Council is the district's governing body under the 2014 Tipperary District Council Act. It is a combination of two distinct agencies, North Tipperary Council and South Tipperary Council, which functioned until June 2014.

It is the responsibility of the authorities to provide certain specific municipal amenities such as sanitary facilities, design and construction, library facilities, vehicle tax, municipal streets and public shelters. It is part of the Southern Electoral District for the purpose of the EU election. Tipperary is the electoral district used for the Dáil Éireann poll.

Clonmel is the district's business centre. In the eastern part of the city, the Bulmers (breweries) and Merck & Co. Plenty of fruitful countryside, especially in the Golden Vale area, one of Ireland's wealthiest farming areas. Lough Derg, Thurles, Rock of Cashel, Ormonde Castle, Ahenny High Crosses, Cahir Castle, Bru Boru Heritage Centre and Tipperary Crystal are some of the most important touristic attractions in the district.

Traffic is dominant in the Tipperary area. Highway N7 traverses the northern district through Roscrea and Nenagh and highway N8 halves the district from northern Two-Mile Borris to Limerick County boundary. Limerick to Waterford N24 traverses the south half of Tipperary and runs through Tipperary Town, Bansha, northern Cahir and around Clonmel and Carrick-on-Suir.

There are also a number of Tipperary train stops on the Dublin-Cork Line, Dublin-Limerick and Limerick-Waterford Line. Rail links link Tipperary with Cork, Dublin Heuston, Waterford, Limerick, Mallow and Galway. Tipperary County has a close connection with the Gaelic Athletic Federation, established in Thurles in 1884.

Hurling, Soccer, Camogie and Handball games are organized by the Tipperary GAA Country Board of the GAA. Tipperary, with 27 victories, is the only earldom to have won a championship across Ireland every ten years since the 1880s. Horseracing take place on the Tipperary Racecourse, the Thurles Racecourse and the Clonmel Racecourse.

GALTYMOR - a municipal and the highest peak in Tipperary ( 919m ). During the Irish War of Independence, Dan Breen, Irish Republican, later a TD for the Earldom. Miss Universe Ireland 2010 winners Rozanna Purcell, scale models. Tiperary Hill, a neighborhood in Syracuse, New York, USA, populated by many offspring of Tipperary County.

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