Bullring, Wexford

Photographs of Wexford Town's historic Bullring, which was named after a blood sport called Bull Baiting. This area is seen as the heart of Wexford's town centre. Its origins date back to the 1600s, when the "sport" was introduced to the town. Since then, the area has become home to a busy market place, as well as iconic pubs such as Mackens. These shots were taken in September of 2014.

In the background of this picture, you can see the Bank of Ireland building.

Bullring, Wexford

Here is a shot of the Bullring seating area, where the Pikeman statue is. On the left, you can see Mackens (aka The Undertaker), which is a popular pub that has been around for over a hundred years. This was taken outside of the Hamilton's store.

Wexford Bullring

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