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Crossmaglen, Co. Armagh

This article is about the village and townland. For the Gaelic football team, see Crossmaglen Rangers GAC. Cardinal Ó Fiach Square, Crossmaglen

Crossmaglen or Crosmaglen is a village and townland in south County Armagh, Northern Ireland. It had a population of 1,459 people in the 2001 Census and is the largest village in south Armagh. The village centre is the site of a large Police Service of Northern Ireland base and formerly of an observation tower .

The square's name commemorates Cardinal Tomás Ó Fiaich, a local man who became Primate of All Ireland , and who died in 1990. Crossmaglen also gives its name to a famous GAA team.
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Cross Square Hotel Cross Square Hotel

4-5 O Fiaich Square, Crossmaglen, BT35 9AA, Co. Armagh
In the heart of Crossmaglen, with views of Slieve Gullion Mountain, the Cross Square has a bar, a restaurant and free parking, as well as live entertainment at the weekend. The bedrooms all have their own bathroom with a shower and a hairdryer.

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