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The present-day, post-Reformation, Roman Catholic cathedral was constructed during the latter half of the 19th century and features twin 64m spires, making it the tallest such structure in the county.
Armagh is one of the few cities in the world which is home to two cathedrals of the same name. Perhaps one of the more well known of the buildings is the former women's prison.
It appears to have been largely abandoned after the 1st century.
In the 3rd century, a ditch and bank was dug around the top of Cathedral Hill, the heart of what is now Armagh.
He ordered them, in the first place, to erect an archbishop's city there, and a church for monks, for nuns, and for the other orders in general, for he perceived that it would be the head and chief of the churches of Ireland in general.
In 839 and 869, the monastery in Armagh was raided by Vikings.
The nearest Met Office standard weather station, at Armagh Observatory, provides long term weather data back to 1844.
Today, Armagh is home to two cathedrals (both named after Saint Patrick) and the Armagh Observatory, and is known for its Georgian architecture.
Armagh has been an educational centre since the time of Saint Patrick, and thus it has been referred to as "the city of saints and scholars".
The educational tradition continued with the foundation of the Royal School in 1608, St Patrick's College in 1834 and the Armagh Observatory in 1790.
Its circular shape matches the modern street layout.
Evidence suggests that it was a pagan sanctuary and the successor to Navan. After Christianity spread to Ireland, the pagan sanctuary was converted into a Christian one, and Armagh became the site of an important church and monastery.