Bannfoot
Bannfoot is a small village in the townland of Derryinver, County Armagh, Northern Ireland. It sits where the Upper Bann flows into Lough Neagh. Bannfoot is within the Craigavon Borough Council area.<...
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Millvale, Bessbrook
Millvale is a settlement between Bessbrook and Newry in County Armagh, Northern Ireland. It is within the townland of Cloghreagh.The area derives its name from the large number of mills, mainly Linen ...
Granemore
6°39′04″W / 54.253°N 6.651°W / 54.253; -6.651Granemore (from Irish: Grainseach mor, meaning "great grange") is a townland of 785 acres in County Armagh, Northern Ireland, ...
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Ballydugan
Ballydugan or Ballydougan (from Irish Baile Uí Dhúgáin, meaning "Ó Dúgáin's townland") is a townland in County Armagh, Northern Ireland. It lies on the County Armagh–County Down border, betwe...
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A3 road (Northern Ireland)
The A3 is a major road in Northern Ireland. It travels through County Antrim, County Down, County Armagh and parts of southern County Fermanagh.The route branches off the A1, and from the start of th...
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Ballykeel Dolmen
6°28′16″W / 54.136696°N 6.471204°W / 54.136696; -6.471204Ballykeel Dolmen is a neolithic tripod portal tomb and a State Care Historic Monument at the foot of the western flank...
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Keady
6°42′17″W / 54.2483°N 6.7046°W / 54.2483; -6.7046Keady (from Irish: an Céide, meaning "the flat-topped hill") is a village and civil parish in County Armagh, Northern Irel...
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A4 road (Northern Ireland)
The A4 is a major road in Northern Ireland. It travels through County Armagh, County Tyrone and County Fermanagh and continues to Sligo in the Republic of Ireland as the N16.The route branches off fro...
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Creggan, County Armagh
Creggan (from Irish: an Creagán) is a small village, townland and civil parish near Crossmaglen in County Armagh, Northern Ireland. In the 2001 Census it had a population of 246 people. It lies wi...
Newtownhamilton
6°34′35″W / 54.19058°N 6.57644°W / 54.19058; -6.57644Newtownhamilton (Irish: An Baile Úr), sometimes referred to as Newtown, is a small village and civil parish in County Arma...
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A1 road (Northern Ireland)
The A1 is a major route in Northern Ireland. It runs from Belfast via Lisburn and Banbridge to the border with the Republic of Ireland south of Newry, from where the road continues to Dublin, becoming...
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Selshion
6°25′08″W / 54.494°N 6.419°W / 54.494; -6.419Selshion (from Irish Soillsean, meaning "brightness") is a townland in County Armagh, Northern Ireland. It is within the ...
Portadown
6°27′30″W / 54.421027°N 6.458244°W / 54.421027; -6.458244Portadown (from Irish Port a' Dúnáin, meaning "landing place of the little fort") is a town in County Armagh,...
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Aughanduff
Aughanduff (from Irish Áth an Daimh, meaning "ford of the oxen") is a small hamlet and townland in the Parish of Forkhill, Barony of Upper Orior, and County of Armagh, Northern Ireland. The t...
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Kilmore, County Armagh
Kilmore or Killmore (from the Irish: Cill Mhór) is a small village, townland and civil parish in County Armagh, Northern Ireland. It lies 2.5 miles north of Richhill and within the Armagh City and...
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Aghacommon
6°22′59″W / 54.468°N 6.383°W / 54.468; -6.383Aghacommon (from Irish: Achadh Camán) is a small village and townland in north County Armagh, Northern Ireland. It lies betwee...
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Tullynawood
Tullynawood is a small townland area in County Armagh, Northern Ireland close to the border with County Monaghan. It has a population of 17. It is a place full of natural wonder and beauty with a larg...
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Derrycrew
6°35′53″W / 54.433°N 6.598°W / 54.433; -6.598Derrycrew (from Irish: Doire craobh, meaning "oak of the wide branching trees") is a townland of 444 acres in County Armagh, N...