County Waterford is named after the main port. The Irish name is Port Láirge, translated to ‘Lárag’s port’, and comes from the Old Norse Vedrafjord meaning ‘windy ford’. The Vikings were driven out of Ireland by the Irish in 902, but made a successful return in 914 after establishing themselves in Waterford.
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Finish Options: Frame or Print (Unframed)
- Frame: Dimensions 43.5 x 33.5 cm. Frames are available in Black, White and Grey.
- Print: A4 in dimensions (29.7 x 21 cm). Shipped with a cardboard backing for transport stability.
Background Colors: A number of options available, select from dropdown menu below.
Languages: You can choose either English or Irish language.
€35.00 – €79.00
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Port Láirge, Waterford