Cahirciveen, Co. Kerry
Cahirciveen (Cathair Saidhbhín in Irish) - meaning "town of Little Saidhbh", alternate spellings Cahersiveen, Caherciveen or Cahirsiveen -is a town in County Kerry. It is located in the deep south on the Iveragh peninsula on southwest coast of Ireland near Valentia Island.
The town has a cathedral which is the only Church in the country named after a lay person (Daniel O'Connell). It is situated on the river Fertha and on the slopes of Beentee Mountain. It also contains an out of commission Royal Irish Constabulary barracks - now a heritage centre, which legend has it was built from the plans for a British barracks in India, which got mixed up during the British occupation of both countries (this is a very common myth, occurs in many Irish garrison towns).