County Wexford, Loch Garman in Irish, translates to ‘Garman’s Lake’, and named after the myth of Garman Garbh, a local man who supposedly drowned after a powerful enchantress released waters from the River Slaney to create a lake.

The English term ‘Wexford’ comes from the Norse term for ‘fjord of the mud flats’, which in Scandinavian terms, was pronounced as ‘Waesfjord.

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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.

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Languages: You can choose either English or Irish language.


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Loch Garman, Wexford