Templeogue is a suburb of southwest Dublin, Ireland. The original Irish name Teach MealÃ³g refers to a chapel named after Saint Mel that was built there in about 1273.
Templeogue is surrounded by the adjacent suburbs of Ballyroan, Butterfield, Firhouse, Greenhills, Kimmage, Knocklyon, Limekiln, Old Orchard, Perrystown, Rathfarnham, Tallaght, Terenure, Tymon, and Whitehall. The three main routes through Templeogue are the R112 regional road , the N81 national secondary road , and the R817 regional road .
It is 6.0 kilometres from both the city centre to the north and the Dublin Mountains to the south, and to the coast at Dublin Bay on the Irish Sea. It is 55m above sea level and occupies an area of 534 hectares.River Dodder forms the southern border with Rathfarnham while the River Poddle forms the northern border with Greenhills and Kimmage.
Prominent views from Templeogue are of Montpelier Hill 5.7 km to the southwest, topped by the ruin of the Hellfire Club at 383m , and of Three Rock Mountain , topped by transmitter masts 7.3 km to the southeast.
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