a street in Kilkenny
Kilkenny, inland county, southeastern Ireland, in Leinster Province, bordered by Laois on the north, by Carlow and Wexford on the east, by Waterford on the south, and by Tipperary on the west. The terrain is mainly flat with a few isolated hills. The chief river is the Nore; the Barrow and Suir rivers flow along the eastern and the southern boundaries.
part of the original town wall
on the street
and a Chinese restaurant
Few bogs are found in Kilkenny. The chief crops are oats, barley, turnips, and potatoes. Coal, iron ore, and manganese are mined, and limestone and slate are quarried. The principal manufactures are ale, whiskey, shoes, and flour. The county town is Kilkenny. Area, 2062 sq km (796 sq mi); population (1986) 73,186.
Text from Microsoft Encarta
Church of Ireland
interior floor made of
marble from all parts of the country
(She was accused with various accomplices and
brought to trial in the year 1324 where she was condemned
to be whipped through the streets and afterward burnt at the stake.)
Through the intervention of some nobility she escaped to England and survived.
"The Traveler" having lunch
the Inn's interior
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