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Armagh is Ireland's oldest city. Its history dates back some 6500 years, the first settlements dating back to 4500BC. It is the ancient capitol of Ulster, the City of St. Patrick and the Burial place of one of Irish history's most famous men, Brian Boru. Irish folklore proclaims the place chosen as the seat of kings. The city has a proud religious and scholarly history.

County Armagh has something to offer all its visitors, whatever their interests. There is a wide range of tourist attractions on offer. For those interested in outdoor activities there is plenty of golf, fishing, cycling, walking and hiking available too. Armagh has a wide range of historical and heritage attractions including, cathedrals, museums, the Country Parks and National Trust properties.

Armagh also has its own planetarium, which is located on the grounds of the 18th century Armagh Observatory, in Armagh town. The planetarium has recently been modernised making it an even more attractive visit. Elsewhere is Gosford Forest Park at Markethill, this is the former grounds of Gosford Castle, now the site of a walled garden, a nature trail, Dean Swift's Well and a camping and caravan site.

The Blackwater River Park offers some of the best fishing rivers in Ireland, famous for its big bream. Some three miles long, the River also offers some awe-inspiring nature walks and a wide variety of water sports.

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