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Enniscorthy Castle - Ireland
Ireland

Enniscorthy Castle is a typical  normand stronghold, situated at the center of Enniscourthy Town in Ireland and was dated from 1205 and was a private dwelling until 1951, today the castle houses the Wexford County Museum.

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