Cappagh Old Church

The site consists of the substantial ruins of a church to which a south transept was added at a later date. Both gables survive. On the southeast corner there are finely carved chamfered quoins. The main body of the church dates to the sixteenth century but this site may have been used as a church site since the Early Christian Period. A bell associated with this parish, known as the Cappagh Bell, is in the National Museum of Ireland in Dublin.
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The nearest Tourist Information Centre is:

Omagh Tourist Information Centre
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