County Tyrone

Tyrone is geographically the second largest county in the province of Ulster, Northern Ireland. Current population of this county is more than 170,000 people. County Tyrone and Omagh both are an example of Irish-English life in Northern Ireland, England. and the United Kingdoms. Tyrone is situated in the north of the island of Ireland and …

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St Patricks Well and Magherakeel Monastic Site, County Tyrone

A vibrant and a busy market town, Castlederg is situated in County Tyrone, west of Northern Island. Close to the border of County Donegal and lying on the River Derg, Castlederg is a town boasting of ancient ruins and exquisite scenery. Traditionally, the town was a traveler’s halt along the ancient pilgrimage route on Lough …

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County Monaghan

County Monaghan is a beautiful county located in the province of Ulster. Named after the town of Monaghan, it is one of the twenty-six counties in the republic or Ireland. According to the census of 2006, population of the county is 55,816 and it is the smallest county among Ulster.s 9 counties in terms of …

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Carrickmacross, County Monaghan

Carrickmacross, often written as Carrickmacros, is a town located in County Monaghan in Ireland. It derives its name from the Irish phrase Carraig Mhachaire Rois, which literally means ‘rock of the wooded plain’. Having a population of just 5066 in the 2006 census, it is a market-town that attributes its thriving market to the castle …

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