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The population of the region is 14,744 and was named after the first bridge constructed over the Upper Bann in the year 1712.
The main street of the city is unique and rises towards a steep hill. The town is generally used as an important stop on the Dublin to Belfast stagecoach route and the finest feature of the town is the underpass built in the year 1834 by William Dargan called ... More colloquially The Cut. The official name of this bridge is 'Downshire Bridge'.
There are many neighborhood towns and villages which include Donaghcloney, Blackskull, Lawrencetown, Loughbrickland, Dromore, Rathfriland, Corbet, Annaclone, Magherally, Seapatrick and Dromore, Scarva, Gilford.
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