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The Irish National Heritage Park is an open-air museum near Wexford which tells the story of human settlement in Ireland. It covers over 40 acres of natural woodland, 16 reconstructions of houses from pre-historic Ireland, including a stone circle, a monastery site, a Viking harbour, and live archaeological excavations on which the first Norman castle in Ireland was built.
You can see there how Ireland’s earliest settlers lived, worked and fought.
Below you can see some photos that I was able to find from my archive 😉. They are not of the best quality, but there is always something you can see 😁. With technological progress, my photos will also get better. I promise 😁😉.
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