River Finn

River Finn

The River Finn (Irish: Abhainn na Finne) is a river in the north of the Republic of Ireland, that flows through County Donegal. It starts in Lough Finn and flows into the River Foyle. The area in which it flows through is referred to as the "Finn Valley". It also partly flows through County Tyrone in Northern Ireland. The village of Clady, near Strabane is on the River Finn.

The river flows through Ballybofey and has a football club there, Finn Harps, named after it.

External links

Local Art Group http://www.fiacharts.com/

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