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Waterford – The Unconquered City

One ripe spring morning in 853 AD, a fearless blonde by name of Sitric parked his long-boat on the banks of a mist-shrouded estuary, sniffed the air, stroked his chin and yodelled “slå sig nedi” to his merry men. This, as you probably know, is Danish for “make yourselves at home, lads”. Sitric was one […]
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