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Enniscorthy Castle, County Wexford. "Enniscorthy..the finest place in the world" - James Joyce (a shame he mistakenly said it was in Wicklow instead of Wexford!) For more of Ireland's best castles, click here: http://irsh.us/1wYajly (Credit - Gemma Shannon/Ireland's Content Pool)

It was spring time of last year when I first set my eyes on Enniscorthy, County Wexford. As someone who absolutely adores Mullingar, I thought nowhere would resemble my favourite place on the Emerald Isle!

Hook Lighthouse - Wexford, Ireland  (Oldest operational lighthouse in the world)

Hook Lighthouse - Wexford, Ireland (Oldest operational lighthouse in the world)

Wexford, a photo from the slobs in Wexford, Ireland.

Wexford, a photo from the slobs in Wexford, Ireland.

Pictures of Ireland: Enniscorthy Castle, Co Wexford

Along with the attack on Vinegar Hill mentioned , the battle that day in a 1798 was on the town where the Bridge and the Castle were importa.

Irish ruins

Blarney Castle Photo by: Heather Elias, Creative Commons If there's one place you should not miss on your visit to Ireland, it's Blarney Castle, the perfect

Wexford, Ireland.  My brother is creating a family tree and found that our family comes from wexford Ireland.  Would live to visit someday.

My brother is creating a family tree and found that our family comes from wexford Ireland. Would live to visit someday.

13th century Enniscorthy Castle on the river Slaney, Co. Wexford, Ireland.52.502064,-6.565876

Enniscorthy Castle, "Caisleáin Inis Córthaidh" is an imposing Norman stronghold, which dates from 1205 County Wexford Ireland

Whether you’re looking to go to the best music festival of your life, immerse yourself in a segment of Irish history, or sample some delectable whiskey, Slane Castle has something for you. Just a 25-minute journey from Dublin Airport, Slane is located in the Boyne Valley, just upstream from Newgrange and the site of the Battle of the Boyne. It has been lovingly owned by the Conyngham family since the 18th century.

Slane Castle, Co Meath, on a beautiful summer's day. Reminds me of more childhood holidays.

Bangor Castle in Bangor, Northern Ireland, was completed in 1852 for the Hon Robert Edward Ward. This imposing building is not so much a castle as an elegant mansion in the Elizabethan-Jacobean revival style.

Bangor Castle is a country house situated in Castle Park in Bangor, Northern Ireland. It is now the offices of the local council.

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