I hope you find this page interesting. As a complementary section to the site, the antiquities of Kilkenny City (Archictectural & historical sites) are photographed & described here. Note the overgrown remaining portion of the city's walls (New St) photo 10, Restoration is now complete but the outer street perimiter wall has now been removed.
Photo 17 is a sunny Elevated View of St Mary's Cathedral James Street.
Photographs 14 & 15 show the memorial inscriptions in St Canice's COI Cathedral to the soldiers & Royal Navy Sailors from the area who died in WWI.
An inscription reads: 'To the Glory of God & in Loving Memory of the Follwing members of The Diocese of Ossary Who Gave Their Lives for Their Country in the Great War 1914-1919.......'
St Canice's cathedral is also the burial place of the 19thC British Military hero, Major General Sir Denis Pack, There is a fine marble memorial with a lengthy detailed inscription on his career.
Photo 4is The Medieval Statue of The Most Holy Trinity AD.1400