Tyrone

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County Tyrone (/tɪˈroʊn/;[5] from IrishTír Eoghain, meaning ‘land of Eoghan’) is one of the thirty-two counties of Ireland, one of the six counties of Northern Ireland and one of the nine counties of Ulster. It is no longer used as an administrative division for local government but retains a strong identity in popular culture.

Adjoined to the south-west shore of Lough Neagh, the county covers an area of 3,263 km2 (1,260 sq mi)[6] and has a population of about 177,986; its county town is Omagh. The county derives its name and general geographic location from Tír Eoghain, a Gaelic kingdom under the O’Neill dynasty which existed until the 17th century.

With an area of 3,155 square kilometres (1,218 sq mi), Tyrone is the largest county in Northern Ireland. The flat peatlands of East Tyrone border the shoreline of the largest lake in the British Isles, Lough Neagh, rising gradually across to the more mountainous terrain in the west of the county, the area surrounding the Sperrin Mountains, the highest point being Sawel Mountain at a height of 678 m (2,224 ft). The length of the county, from the mouth of the River Blackwater at Lough Neagh to the western point near Carrickaduff hill is 55 miles (89 km). The breadth, from the southern corner, southeast of Fivemiletown, to the northeastern corner near Meenard Mountain is 37.5 miles (60.4 km); giving an area of 1,260 square miles (in 1900).[14] Annaghone lays claim to be the geographical centre of Northern Ireland.

Tyrone is connected by land to the county of Fermanagh to the southwest; Monaghan to the south; Armagh to the southeast; Londonderry to the north; and Donegal to the west. Across Lough Neagh to the east, it borders County Antrim. It is the eighth largest of Ireland’s thirty-two counties by area and tenth largest by population.[16] It is the second largest of Ulster’s nine traditional counties by area and fourth largest by population.

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OmaghDiscover Ireland (link)
Wikipedia (link)
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CommunityMore Info / Links
MeetupsFree Yoga Meditation (link)
Go Mental NI (link)
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Ferry, Rail, Bus, TrainGetting To Tyrone (link)
Translink timetables (link)
Official Translink (link)
Bus OnlyGetting To Tyrone (link)
Tech RequirementsMore Info / Links
Broadband ProvidersThere are seven main broadband providers in Tyrone.
Plusnet
Vodafone
BT
Sky
Virgin Media
Rural Wifi
Sky Ireland
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Tech HubNone that we could find
Co-working spacesCoworking in Tyrone (link)
Outdoor ActivitiesMore Info / Links
HikingHiking In Tyrone (link)
Best Trails In Tyrone (link)
GreenwayGreenway (link)
Zoo and FarmsAnnaginny Fishery & Park Farm (link)
National ParksAn Creagán (link)
Gortin Glen (link)
Mansions and Stately HomesGrand Houses (link)
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Co. TyroneWhat to do in Tyrone (link)
RestaurantsRestaurants County Tyrone (link)
Best Restaurants (link)
Social MediaMore Info / Links
WebsitesWikiVoyage (link)
County Council (link)
Discovery Tyrone (link)
Tyrone Bucket List (link)
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Our Town Tyrone (link)
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