The main shopping street in Wexford has a lively atmosphere, thanks to its shops and pubs. Just before Main Street South, a small square still bears the name "Bull Ring": indeed it was used in the days of the Norman knights for bull running. The statue represents the Pikeman, a member of the peasantry armed only with farming tools during the Irish Rebellion of 1798. The indoor market, built in 1775, stands slightly set back from the square. In Main Street North is St Iberius Church.
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