County Tyrone


County Tyrone
County Tyrone
Contae Thír Eoghain
Karte
County Tyrone in Nordirland
Basisdaten
Staat: Vereinigtes Königreich
Verwaltungssitz: Omagh
Provinz: Ulster
irischer Name: Tír Eoghain
Fläche: 3.761 km²
Einwohner: 166.516 (2001)

Tyrone (irisch: Tír Eoghain, „Eoghans Land“) ist eine der sechs historischen Grafschaften (counties) Nordirlands.

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Geografie

Im Norden liegen die Sperrin Mountains, im Osten wird die Grafschaft durch den Lough Neagh begrenzt. Die Mitte der Grafschaft besteht aus Hoch- und Hügelland.

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