Dunderrow (Irish: Dun Darú) is a small village in County Cork, Ireland located on the R605 Regional Road between Innishannon and Kinsale. Dunderrow signifies the fortress of the oak-plain, and the large dun from which it is called, half a mile south of the village. Dunderrow National School was built in 2000. Eli-Lilly factory is situated in Dunderrow and was built in 1976 on 112 acres of land.
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