The entrance to Kilkenny Castle, in Kilkenny Castle, where the trial of Dame Alice Kyteler and her accomplices for witchcraft in was held in 1324. A counter in the oldest part of the castle, parts of which date back to 1213, continues to count visitors, sometimes up to a hundred per night, even when that area is empty and locked for the evening. No natural explanation has ever been found, nor for the white lady who roams the castle.
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- Printed with archival inks on acid free, Moab Somerset Enhanced Velvet watercolor paper and mounted on foamcore for stability and protection.
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Printed with archival inks on acid free, Moab Somerset Enhanced Velvet watercolor paper and mounted on foamcore board for stability, protection and to avoid wrinkling
Available framed in gold and black, printed with archival inks on acid free, Moab Somerset Enhanced Velvet watercolor paper