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Slade Castle - Ireland
Ireland

The Slade Castle is a well preserved ruins of a late fifteenth castle with a tower and two-storey hall built in a harbour near a town of Slade in County Wexford in Ireland.

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Uploaded: 19/09/2012
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Tags: medieval; ruins; castle; shore; night; outdoor; ireland; harbour
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