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South Tipperary
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South Tipperary

South Tipperary
Area: 2,257 kmē
Capital: Clonmel
Code: TS
Population: 79,121 (2002)
Province: Munster

South Tipperary, until 2002 called Tipperary South Riding, is a local government area in Ireland, consisting of the southern part of County Tipperary. South Tipperary was established in 1898 and has had a county council ever since, and previously has had separate assize courts since 1838. The main town is Clonmel, other important centers include Cashel, Cahir and Tipperary Town.

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