In the west of Ireland flows the River Corrib trough Galway City
and empties into the Atlantic.
The length of the river is only 6, so he should be the smallest river in Europe.
The Corrib is rich in fish and is used by many anglers.
The Irish name of the river is Gallimh and gave today's
Galway city its name.
In English the river and the sea are called Corrib.
The Lought Corrib Lake, where the river rises, is the largest
sea in the Republic of Ireland and the second largest of the island.