OMAGH , amarket
See also:town and the
See also:county town of county Tyrone,
See also:Ireland, on the
See also:river Strule, 1294 M . N.W. by N. from
See also:Dublin by the
See also:line of the
See also:Northern railway, here joined by a branch from Enniskillen . Pop . (1901) 4789 . The greater
See also:part of the town is picturesquely situated on a steep slope above the river . The milling and
See also:industries are carried on, and monthly fairs are held . The
See also:church has a lofty and handsome
See also:spire, and the
See also:Roman Catholic church stands well on the
See also:summit of a
See also:hill . A
See also:castle, of which there are scanty remains, was of sufficient importance to stand sieges in 1509 and 1641, being rebuilt after its
See also:total destruction in the first case . The town is governed by an urban
See also:district council .
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