Northern Ireland County Quiz - Tyrone

Can you guess these facts about County Tyrone 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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County town of Tyrone
Tyrone born New Zealand actor and star of 'Jurassic Park'
Sam Neill
Range of mountains in County Tyrone, one of the largest upland areas in Northern Ireland
1985 World snooker champion from Coalisland
Dennis Taylor
One of the largest raised wetland areas in Northern Ireland and a site of special interest
Black Bog
Popular open-air museum and tourist attraction in County Tyrone
Ulster American Folk Park
Fergy Malone from Tyrone played for the Philadelphia Athletics when they became champions of the first professional league for this sport in 1871
Major tributary of the River Foyle formed from the confluence of the rivers Derg and Strule
River Mourne
Important historical site, once home to a dynasty known as the Kings of Tyrone
Hill of The O’Neill
Town on the border with the Republic of Ireland that suffered a devasting flood in 1987
The first published copies of the US Declaration of Independence, known by this name, were printed by John Dunlap, born in County Tyrone in 1747
Dunlap Broadside
Complex of Bronze Age megalithic features, stone circles and cairns near Cookstown
James E. Boyd from Tyrone went on to be Governor of this place, the Cornhusker state
Northern Ireland motorway that terminates near Dungannon, County Tyrone
Tyrone born Astronomer Annie Maunder was a pioneer in recording the activity of these solar phenomena caused by concentrations of magnetic flux
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