Ennis, County Clare, Ireland, with a population of over 32,000 people, is situated on the banks of the River Fergus. Ennis takes its name from Inis, the Irish word for island, and was founded in the 1300s. It is the capital of County Clare in the west of Ireland and the centre of administration and commerce for the county. Ennis is 15 miles from Shannon International Airport and is one of Ireland's fastest growing towns. Ennis is known for its thriving traditional music scene and numerous pubs and fantastic restaurants. With its narrow, medieval streets and lanes, Ennis represents a pleasant blend of the historic past and the active present. The City of Ennis has been a Sister City to Phoenix since July of 1988 and the relationship is a strong one, with regular contact and support.
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