An introduction to the architectural heritage of County Waterford
Ireland. Dept. of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Ireland. National Inventory of Architectural Heritage
Dept. of the Environment. Heritage & Local Govt., 2004 - Architecture - 135 pages
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