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Owenbrean River

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Location type: River
Location address: United Kingdom, Fermanagh
Number of texts: 1
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The Owenbrean River (Irish: Abhainn Bhréan or “stinking river”), is a small river in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland which flows down from Cuilcagh Mountain before sinking underground, eventually reaching the Marble Arch Cave system. The river meets up with two other mountain rivers within the caves, the Sruh Croppa and the Aghinrawn; these three rivers then form the River Cladagh.

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