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A medieval abbey in Wexford, Ireland.

Selskar Abbey is a ruined medieval abbey that stands in the heart of Wexford Town.

Visit sections of Wexford's historic town wall.

A Norman defensive structure that was built in medieval times.

Wexford Gaol was built in 1812. The women's section of the prison still exists and can be viewed from Hill Street.

Wexford Gaol was built in After the Irish War of Independence in it was taken over by the Free State government and utilised as a military barracks.

Auntie Nellie's Sweet Shop in Wexford. Previously, this was the location of Kelly's Bakery.

A photograph of the Auntie Nellie's Sweet Shop premises on Wexford's North Main Street. This shop specialises in traditional / old sweets th.

A condensed history of Wexford Town.

A guide to the history of Wexford Town; a Viking settlement that has evolved throughout the ages.

Check out Selskar Abbey, which is a ruined ruined medieval ecclesiastical site. Tours of the abbey are available.

Check out Selskar Abbey, which is a ruined ruined medieval ecclesiastical site. Tours of the abbey are available.

St. Iberius Church on North Main Street, Wexford. Owned by the Church of Ireland.

Iberius Church on North Main Street, Wexford. Owned by the Church of Ireland.

The ruins of St. Patrick’s Church in Wexford.

Patrick's Church dates back to medieval times and it is one of the earliest-surviving Christian ecclesiastical sites in Wexford Town.

At the tail-end of the 18th Century, Wexford Harbour was Ireland’s sixth busiest port. Unfortunately, a change in tidal flows occurred after a major land reclamation project was completed in the mid-1800s.

At the tail-end of the Century, Wexford Harbour was Ireland’s sixth busiest port. Unfortunately, a change in tidal flows occurred after a major land reclamation project was completed in the

Wexford’s Famine Workhouse was opened in 1845.

Wexford’s Famine Workhouse was opened in

The Friary at winter time by Ger Dwyer

The Friary at winter time by Ger Dwyer

Cinema Lane, Wexford. Taken in October of 2014. Also known as Harper's Lane (sometimes spelled as Harpur's).

Cinema Lane is a small one-way street that runs between the South Main Street and Wexford’s Crescent Quay. The street is also commonly referred to.

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