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The Medieval City Walls

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The Medieval City Walls

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Eyre Square Shopping Centre, Galway Ireland
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This mall is the creation of an efficient idea and enormous imagination! Juxtapositioning ancient with modern architecture, the old wall weaves through the new modern subterranean passages with dazzling shops and relaxation areas. What a delight! The entrance we used was
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I'm of two minds of this attraction. First, it is an amazing piece of history deserving of a better presentation. The info posters give the entire story, though I would have preferred a guide of pamphlet to use as I walked around it. The tower was fascinating, but I really
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The medieval city walls are hidden within the shopping centre ad unfortunately there are no signs to find it. A shopping centre is a strange place to find these walls but also fascinating. The tower was unfortunately closed because of Santa's Hut in front of it. Plaques give
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I'm always a fan of history, and there are some cool facts about this wall. But the fact that it is the wall of the food court of a mall is insanely disappointing. This is an attraction you walk by, not stay to enjoy.
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We bumped into this part of the old city wall when doing a little shopping at the Eyre Square Centre. We were pleasantly surprised to find that part of the old wall had been incorporated into the new mall. It would have been easy for the developers to exclude it. It only
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