Raheny (Ráth Eanaigh in Irish) is centred on a historic settlement, first documented in 570 CE. The district shares Dublin’s two largest municipal parks—Saint Anne’s Park and Bull Island, with its 4.5 km beach—with neighbouring Clontarf, and is also a civil parish in the ancient barony of Coolock.
At the heart of Raheny lies the remains of a large ancient ringfort, or ráth, from which the area gets its name. The ráth extends under the centre of the modern village, from beside the Santry River to the Roman Catholic church, the Scout Den, and the two St. Assam’s Churches.
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