Location in Ireland
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Ballycroy (Irish: Baile Chruaich meaning "town of the stacks", either hay or turf) is a village in County Mayo, Connacht, Ireland. The village was the location for the 1982 film The Ballroom of Romance. The actual ballroom used in the film still exists, albeit in a derelict condition, and is located at Doona Cross, to the west of the village.[original research?] Ballycroy is home to one of Ireland's National Parks, Ballycroy National Park.