At the edge of the River Slaney, Wexford is a busy, compact town with quaint narrow streets -- successors of the 9th-century market trails -- lined with 18th-century houses and workaday shop fronts. Four quays (Custom House, Commercial, Paul, and the semicircular Crescent) run beside the water. Crescent Quay marks the center of town. One block inland, Main Street is a long, narrow thoroughfare that you can easily walk. Wexford's shops and businesses are on Main Street and the many smaller streets that fan out from it.
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