THE BAHÁ'ÍS OF OMAGH
WHERE WE ARE
Omagh was founded in 1610 and now has a population of more than 22,000. It is the chief town of County Tyrone, the largest county in Northern Ireland, and stands at the confluence of the Drumragh and Camowen rivers. The name is from the Irish: an Ómaigh meaning "the virgin plain". The district is the centre of attractive countryside, the eastern part of which includes the Sperrins Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Attractions in the area include Gortin Glen with its country park and scenic drive, and the Ulster American Folk Park.