Keady (Q1373360)

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Keady (from Irish: An Céide, meaning 'the flat-topped hill') is a village and civil parish in County Armagh, Northern Ireland. It is south of Armagh and near the border with the Republic of Ireland. It is situated mainly in the historic barony of Armagh with six townlands in the barony of Tiranny. It had a population of 3,051 people in the 2011 Census.

Wikidata location: 54.2483, -6.7046 view on OSM or edit on OSM


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node: Keady (OSM), 228 metres from Wikidata [show tags]
name: Keady
note: Import of NI places and POIs from GNS Dataset
place: village
gns:FC: P
gns:RC: 1
source: gns_ni
gns:CC1: UK
gns:DSG: PPL
gns:JOG: NN29-06
gns:LAT: 54.25
gns:UFI: -2599709
gns:UNI: -3575432
name:en: Keady
name:ga: An Céide
gns:ADM1: 00
gns:LONG: -6.7
gns:MGRS: 29UPA4984613779
wikidata: Q1373360
gns:DMS_LAT: 541500
gns:N:xx:NT: N
gns:DMS_LONG: -64200
gns:N:xx:FULL_NAME: Keady
gns:N:xx:MODIFY_DATE: 1994-01-13
gns:N:xx:FULL_NAME_ND: Keady

wikidata match: Q1373360

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