Province Boundaries Ungeneralised - OSi National Administrative Boundaries - 2015

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Province Boundaries Ungeneralised.  Ireland is divided into four provinces called Leinster, Ulster, Munster and Connacht. Although they presently do not have any administrative functions, they are relevant for a number of historical, cultural and sporting reasons. The borders of the provinces coincide exactly with the boundaries of the administrative counties. Three of the nine counties in Ulster are within the jurisdiction of the State.

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Column Type Label Description
OBJECTID numeric
PROVINCE text
PV_ID numeric
GUID text
Shape__Area numeric
Shape__Length numeric

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