The town is on the northern side of the neck of the Dingle Peninsula, and is the largest town in County Kerry.
The town's population including suburbs was 23,691 as of the 2016 Situated at the confluence of some small rivers and adjacent to marshy ground at the head of Tralee Bay, Tralee is located at the base of a very ancient roadway that heads south over the Slieve Mish Mountains.
His son Arthur Denny married Ellen Barry, granddaughter of Richard Boyle.
The latter held many land titles in West Kerry and also claimed property in Tralee.
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, meaning "strand of the Lee (river)") is the county town of County Kerry in the south-west of Ireland.
Ballymullen Barracks was the depot of the Royal Munster Fusiliers.
The Tralee Ship Canal was built to accommodate larger ships sailing into Tralee, as the existing quay in Blennerville was becoming blocked due to silting.
In 1921 the Black and Tans dragged it from its pedestal and destroyed it.
In June 1939 a replacement Pikeman was installed, created by renowned Dublin sculptor Albert Power and unveiled by Maud Gonne.
Stephen Fernane It's been a busy time for Pride of Place contestants as both the Blackwater Women's Group and the Maharees Conservation Association hosted the national competition's judges, who arrived in the Kingdom last week to assess each group ahead of the final adjudication in November.