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English: Knockmoyle is a small hamlet situated in a picturesque valley approximately 8 kilometres north-west of Omagh in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. In the 2001 census the Knockmoyle area had a population of 329 with a total number of households of 141. 130 of these dwellings are detached houses or bungalows. Facilities in the hamlet include a post office, church (est. 1800) and pub. The nearby River Strule is well known for its trout fishing. Other attractions nearby include the Gortin Glens Forest Park and the Ulster American Folk Park. The Ulster Way walking route passes through Knockmoyle.

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