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Armagh, Northern Ireland
Armagh Armagh covers an area of some 480 square miles and includes the towns of Armagh, Lurgan, Portadown and Keady.
It's terrain is flat in the north with many peat bogs and low hills in the south.
It is the smallest county in Northern Ireland and it's produce is heavily agricultural. Apples, Potatoes and Flax all being major crops.
The town of Armagh was for 700 years the seat of the Kings of Ulster and today the Archbishop of Armagh is nominally 'The Primate of All Ireland'.