Inis Bo Finne (Island of the White Cow), on the Wild Atlantic Way, lies seven miles off Galway’s coast. The island's population has shrunk dramatically since pre-famine times. In 1837, over 1400 people lived on Inishbofin. By 1881, the number was under 1000. Today there are about 160 inhabitants.
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