religious buildings churches cathedrals etc in County Tyrone
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Churches & Cathedrals in County Tyrone

Heritage sites also including abbeys, religious monuments in County Tyrone...





County Tyrone Cathedrals, Historic Churches, Abbeys

Lackagh Old Church

Omagh
Tel: 028 8076 1112

Although the church is estimated to be of early 17th century origins, it is believed to be the site of an earlier Christian and medieval churches.

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Saint Columbas Parish Church

Omagh, Tyrone
Tel: 028 8224 7831    E-mail: omagh.tic@btconnect.com

Built in 1777 by the Mervyn family and enlarged in 1820.

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Saint Macartans Cathedral

Clogher, Tyrone

Built  in 1744 by Bishop John Stearne, designed by James Martin in the nineteenth century Gothic Revival style.

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Saint Patricks Church

Parish Office, 46 Northland Row, Dungannon, County Tyrone, BT71 6BE
Tel: 028 8772 6893    Fax: 028 8772 6893
E-mail: parishofdungannon@lycos.com     Web: www.parishofdungannon.com

A French Gothic styled building designed by J J McCarthy and completed by Charles J McCarthy.

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Trinity Presbyterian Church

James Street, Omagh, Tyrone, BT78 1DL
Tel: 028 8224 7831     E-mail: omagh.tic@btconnect.com

Founded in 1752 by a group of dissenters from the First Presbyterian Church.

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