Donegal County Tartan
Irish Gaelic: Dhún na nGall
Badge: A dove backed by four quills
Latin Motto: Mutuam habeatis caritatem (Mutual love or charity)
An Irish County in the far North west of Ireland which, since the partitioning of Ulster, in many ways isolated it from the Republic. There is a small Scottish influence in the County left from the Plantations of the seventeenth century. Very badly affected by the famine of 1840 the population is about half what it was then at 150,000. The County has beautiful scenery and an expansive coastline making tourism a major occupation.
Choose from one of the Donegal County Tartans listed below
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