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Dunnamore

Dunnamore (formerly spelt Donamore; from Irish: Domhnach Mór, meaning "great church")[1][2] is a village and townland in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. It is near the main A505 road between Omagh and Cookstown. There is a stone circle within two miles of the village centre.

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Coordinates: 54°40′11″N 6°55′38″W / 54.66972°N 6.92722°W / 54.66972; -6.92722

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