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Rathfarnham (Irish: Rath Fearnain), on Dublin's Southside is home to Rathfarnham Castle, Loreto Abbey, Marlay Park , the Sarah Curran and the landmark Yellow House pubs. Padraig Pearse set up and ran St Enda's School for Boys in Rathfarnham, which is now a museum in his honour situated in St Enda's Park.
Rathfarnham is located at . According to the Irish Central Statistics Office , the town has a total area of around 4.02 square kilometres. According to the 2002 census, the population of Rathfarnham is 17,717, a decrease of 2.78% (493 people) since the 1996 census.
- See also: List of towns in the Republic of Ireland
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