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Kerry covers an area of some 1,814 square miles in the province of Munster and has a population of 126,000.
The county has Tralee as it's administrative headquarters.
The western coastline is heavily indented as Kerry meets the Atlantic Ocean. The North of the county is low-lying in stark contrast to the mountainous South.
Other natural features of the county are Macgillycuddy's Reeks, of which Carrantuohill, which at 3,417 feet is the highest mountain in Ireland is part, and the Lakes of Killarney.
The main products from Kerry come from engineering, woollens, shoes, cutlery with tourism being another important source of income.