An difríocht idir athruithe ar: "Ráth Maonais"

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(Rath Maonais)
 
 
Tá gníomhíocht tráchtála agus cathartha láidir ag Rath Maonais, agus tá aithne air ar fud na hÉireann mar ceantar lóistín saor le haghaidh mic léinn agus státseribhisigh ag teacht chuig an cathrach ó na tríochaidí go dtí inniú. Sna blianta beaga anuas, tá a chuid tithíocht eirithe níos leathain, agus tá feabhas curtha ar iomarca tithe de réir an saibhreas le déanaí. In ainneoin é sin, is ceantar ilghnéitheach é Rath Maonais, agus bhí sé i gcónaí suíomh an lucht inimrce agus mionghrúpaí dúchasaigh.
 
Rathmines was originally part of the Barony of Uppercross, one of the many baronies surrounding the old city of Dublin, bound as it was by walls, some of which are still visible. Arguably, Rathmines is best known historically for a bloody battle that took place there in 1649, during the Cromwellian conquest of Ireland, leading to the death of perhaps up to 5,000 people. The battle of Rathmines took place on August 2 1649 and led to the routing of Royalist forces in Ireland shortly after this time. Some have compared the Battle of Rathmines - or sometimes Baggotrath - as equal in political importance to England's Battle of Naseby.
 
I dtús, bhí Rath Maonais mar cuid an Bharúntacht Uppercross, ceann de na barúntachta i dtimpeall Baile Átha Cliath, a bhí ina chathair baillte. Is dócha go bhfuil an cáill stáiriúl is mó ar Rath Maonais ná cath fuilteach a bhí ann i 1649, i rith an Concas Chromaill, nuair a fuair 5,000 daoine bás. Bhí an Cath Rath Maonais ar an 2 Lúnasa 1649, agus mar an cath, buadh ar na forsaí Ríogaíoch in Éireann go luath ina dhiadh. Rinneadh comparáid, maidir le tábhachtach polaitíuíl, idir an cath seo agus an Cath Naseby i Sasana.
 
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