Northern Ireland County Quiz - Armagh

Can you guess these facts about County Armagh in Northern Ireland?
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Quiz by Berney
Last updated: February 1, 2022
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First submittedFebruary 1, 2022
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Armagh born founder of the Democratic Unionist Party and First Minister of Northern Ireland
Ian Paisley
County Armagh river that also forms part of the boundary with the Republic of Ireland
Post WW2 new town in County Armagh, named after the first Prime Minister of Northern Ireland
Milford born William McCrum invented this special type of free kick in football, awarded for a punishable offence near the opposing goal
The UK''s largest lake, situated on the northern boundary of County Armagh
Lough Neagh
Legend says that the above lake was created from the large hole left after this legendary Irish giant scooped up a chunk of earth to throw at a Scottish rival
Finn McCool
Name given to County Armagh due to its rich fruit growing heritage
Orchard County
Armagh is home to two cathedrals dedicated to this saint
St. Patrick
10th century High King of Ireland said to be buried at the Church of Ireland cathedral
Brian Boru
The two Republic of Ireland counties that have a border with County Armagh
important archaeological site and traditional seat of the kings of Ulster, also known by its Gaelic name of Emain Macha
Navan Fort
Armagh born Arthur Hunter Palmer became fifth Premier of this Australian state
Clergyman and naturalist Moses Harvey from Armagh emigrated to Newfoundland and became well known for his work studying the habits of this enormous cephalopod
Giant Squid
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