Monasterevin is a town in County Kildare in Ireland. The town lies on the River Barrow and the Grand Canal. Its population of 3,710 and west all serving the town.
Monasterevin is a small town, with Georgian houses, on a flat expanse of country, and occupies a right angle bend on the river Barrow, as it changes direction from east to south.
Due to its unusual number of bridges, and the arrival in 1786 of the Grand Canal, the town is sometimes referred to as "The Venice of Ireland".
In answer to a DÃ¡il question by Sinn FÃ©in TD Brian Stanley on 01/05/13 the Minister for Justice confirmed that Monasterevin is served by just 4 GardaÃ to provide 24 hour cover, 7 days a week.
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Monasterevan, Co. Kildare is served by Monasterevin.
Monasterevin, Co. Kildare