County Wexford

The Vikings named it Veisafjǫrðr, meaning “Inlet of the mud flats”,
Motto: Exemplar Hiberniae “An example to Ireland” or ‘sampla na hÉireann’

These are some of the most significant landmarks, buildings and monuments in County Wexford

Scarawalsh Bridge, Scarawash. County Wexford 1795

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Beautiful 18th century engineering in a local style Scarawalsh Bridge was built in 1795 and is a well-known landmark located between Enniscorthy and Ferns in County Wexford. This 6 arch humpback road bridge [...]

Scarawalsh Bridge, Scarawash. County Wexford 17952020-05-04T16:01:36+00:00

Templar’s Church, Templetown. County Wexford 1310

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Crusades, Norman warriors & Betrayal Templar's Church received its name from the Knights Templar, a brotherhood of monastic Norman warriors who originated during the crusades. After the Norman invasion of Ireland in 1169, [...]

Templar’s Church, Templetown. County Wexford 13102020-05-03T11:03:50+00:00