Tynan (Q2022167)

Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Tynan (from Irish: Tuíneán, meaning 'watercourse') is a village, townland (of 375 acres) and civil parish in County Armagh, Northern Ireland. It is situated largely in the historic barony of Tiranny, with some areas in the barony of Armagh. It had a population of 71 people (35 households) in the 2011 Census. (2001 Census: 71 people)

Wikidata location: 54.3301, -6.8226 view on OSM or edit on OSM


login to upload wikidata tags

found a single match candidate

node: Tynan (OSM), 112 metres from Wikidata [show tags]
name: Tynan
note: Import of NI places and POIs from GNS Dataset
place: village
gns:FC: P
gns:RC: 1
source: survey
gns:CC1: UK
gns:DSG: PPL
gns:JOG: NN29-06
gns:LAT: 54.333333
gns:UFI: -2610379
gns:UNI: -3588573
gns:ADM1: 00
gns:LONG: -6.833333
gns:MGRS: 29UPA4087622774
wikidata: Q2022167
gns:DMS_LAT: 542000
gns:N:xx:NT: N
gns:DMS_LONG: -65000
is_in:country: Northern Ireland
gns:N:xx:FULL_NAME: Tynan
gns:N:xx:MODIFY_DATE: 1994-01-13
gns:N:xx:FULL_NAME_ND: Tynan

wikidata match: Q2022167

Search criteria from Wikidata

view with query.wikidata.org

locality (Q3257686) place=locality
village (Q532) place=village
administrative territorial entity (Q56061) boundary=administrative

Search criteria from categories

Townlands of County Armagh locality=townland
Villages in County Armagh landuse=residential, place