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Downings is a Gaeltacht village and townland on the Rosguill peninsula in County Donegal, Ireland.
As the village is in a Gaeltacht district, its official name is the Irish Na Dúnaibh. The name is ambiguous and could refer to the wealth of hill forts in the area, or it could be a hibernicisation of the English name, to describe the sandy dunes connecting the peninsula to the mainland.
Downings is the start and finish of the Atlantic Drive, one of the most dramatic scenic routes in Ireland.
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