County Wicklow, Ireland
Wicklow is known as the 'Garden of Ireland' and its
magnificent gardens and waterfall at Powerscourt are a must
for any visitor.
The name Wicklow is of Norsic origin and it means Viking Meadow.
County Wicklow is home to many geographical features such as the Wicklow Mountains and a granite ridge which cuts through Wicklow, containing the Sally Gap and the Wicklow Gap. Glendalough, a former monastic settlement in County Wicklow, was founded by Saint Kevin, now referred to as St Kevin of Glendalough.
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