Killylea (Q1424634)

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Killylea (; from Irish Coillidh Léith 'grey forest') is a small village and townland in Northern Ireland. It is within the Armagh City and District Council area. The village is set on a hill, with St Mark's Church of Ireland, built in 1832, at its summit. The village lies to the west of County Armagh, and is close to the neighbouring counties of County Tyrone and County Monaghan which is in the Republic of Ireland. It had a population of 253 people in the 2011 Census.

Wikidata location: 54.3500, -6.7833 view on OSM or edit on OSM


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node: Killylea (OSM), 0.57 miles from Wikidata [show tags]
name: Killylea
note: Import of NI places and POIs from GNS Dataset
place: locality
gns:FC: P
gns:RC: 1
source: gns_ni
gns:CC1: UK
gns:DSG: PPL
gns:JOG: NN29-06
gns:LAT: 54.35
gns:UFI: -2600014
gns:UNI: -3575805
gns:ADM1: 00
gns:LONG: -6.783333
gns:MGRS: 29UPA4406824729
gns:DMS_LAT: 542100
gns:N:xx:NT: N
gns:DMS_LONG: -64700
is_in:country: Northern Ireland
gns:N:xx:FULL_NAME: Killylea
gns:N:xx:MODIFY_DATE: 1994-01-13
gns:N:xx:FULL_NAME_ND: Killylea
wikidata: Q1424634

wikidata match: Q1424634

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