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William Marshall began the development of the town of Kilkenny and a series of walls to protect the burghers. By the late thirteenth century Kilkenny was under Norman-Irish control.
The original ecclesiastical centre at St. Canice's Cathedral became known as Irishtown and the Anglo-Norman borough inside the wall came to be known as Hightown.
A remarkable early trial for witchcraft was that of Kilkenny resident Alice Kyteler involving also her maidservant, Petronilla de Meath instigated by the then Bishop of Ossory , Richard de Ledrede, in The Hiberno-Norman presence in Kilkenny was deeply shaken by the Black Death , which arrived in Following the Rebellion of , the Irish Catholic Confederation , also known as the "Confederation of Kilkenny", was based in Kilkenny and lasted until the Cromwellian conquest of Ireland in James II of England spent most of the winter months from November until January at Kilkenny, residing in the castle.
Today, it has a lively cultural scene, with annual events including the Kilkenny Arts Week Festival in the last two weeks of August, and the Cat Laughs Comedy Festival at the beginning of June.
Kilkenny is also where the Irish ale , Smithwick's , was first brewed. Kilkenny is referred to as the Marble City , and people from Kilkenny are often referred to as ' Cats '.
Canice's Cathedral. Kilkenny is also the site of Ireland's earliest recorded witch trial. Petronella would be the first person recorded in Ireland to be burned alive at the stake for witchcraft, after Dame Alice presumably fled the country.
Alice's house, Kyteler's Inn, still stands, and is now a pub. Kilkenny is situated in the Nore Valley on both banks of the River Nore , at the centre of County Kilkenny in the province of Leinster in the south-east of Ireland.
The first edition of the Ordnance Survey map for Kilkenny was in and is held by the County Library. The area of Kilkenny borough is 3.
Kilkenny borough has a population of 8,, however the majority of the population of Kilkenny live outside the borough boundary.
Kilkenny City borough and its environs had a population of 22, in Changes as of the census, by the Central Statistics Office , Kilkenny Town Borough had a population of 8, which was an increase of 70 persons over the figure of 8, or 0.
The Town Environs had a population of 13, which was an increase of persons over the figure of 12, or People from Kilkenny are often referred to as 'Cats'.
Disposable household income per person as of was 18, euro and the index of disposable household was It is multilingual but predominantly English-speaking , with Irish being the second most commonly spoken language.
The main religion is Catholicism, however there are Church of Ireland, Presbyterian, Methodist, Jewish and other religious traditions living in Kilkenny.
The climate of Kilkenny, like the climate of Ireland , is a changeable oceanic climate with few extremes. It is defined as a temperate oceanic climate , or Cfb on the Köppen climate classification system.
Kilkenny lies in plant Hardiness zone 9. Weatherwise, Kilkenny is generally representative of wide river valleys in the region with low temperatures on cloudless nights,  and is significant in that it records some of the highest summer and lowest winter temperatures in Ireland.
The highest air temperature ever recorded in Ireland was Extremes recorded at the station include the highest air temperature of The warmest and sunniest month on record in Kilkenny was August with a total of The maximum daily rainfall recorded at Kilkenny station was Kilkenny is a local electoral area of Kilkenny County Council and includes the electoral divisions of Dunmore, Kilkenny No.
Canice, and elects 7 of the 24 members of the council. This area is also the Municipal District of Kilkenny City.
Kilkenny had previously been governed by a Borough Council, but this was abolished by the Local Government Reform Act Kilkenny's first council was elected in From the 13th century to the end of the 16th, the chief magistrate was known as the sovereign, and since then as the mayor.
Despite not currently being governed as a city, Kilkenny was historically a city, derived from a royal charter in by King James I of England and Ireland , and it is both common and permissible to continue to refer to Kilkenny as a city, per Section 10 6 of the Local Government Act , as amended by the Act, which allows for "the continued use of the description city in relation to Kilkenny, to the extent that that description was used before the establishment day".
This continued until , when there was separate Kilkenny constituency, but from there has been a continuous constituency of Carlow—Kilkenny.
The Landmarks of Kilkenny show Kilkenny's heritage through the historical buildings. Kilkenny is a well-preserved medieval town and is dominated by both Kilkenny Castle and St.
Canice's Cathedral and round tower. Kilkenny Castle and some important historical architecture of the medieval city survive, like parts of the Kilkenny City Walls.
They define the extent, layout and status of the medieval town. The town grew from a monastic settlement to a thriving Norman merchant town in the Middle Ages.
Saint Canice's Cathedral and round tower are an example of the monastic settlement. Rothe House on Parliament Street is an example of an Elizabethan merchant townhouse located on the only completely surviving burgage plot in Ireland.
It also features a restored 17th century garden on an area of half an acre behind the house, complete with herbs, vegetables and an orchard.
The black stone with decorative white fossils that forms the backbone of many of Kilkenny's fine buildings was quarried locally, particularly from the quarry located 1.
Francis Abbey Brewery. Smithwick's Experience Castle Park. Local Kilkenny Marble or Black Marble was used to decorate many of the city's buildings, and Kilkenny referred to the "Marble City" for this reason.
Kilkenny Castle in Kilkenny city was the seat of the Butler family. Formerly the family name was FitzWalter. Shortly afterwards it was handed over to the State, and has since been refurbished and is open to visitors.
Part of the collection of the National Art Gallery is on display in the castle. There are ornamental gardens on the north west side of the castle, and extensive land and gardens to the front.
It has become one of the most visited tourist sites in Ireland. The first stone castle was begun in by William Marshall the site was completed in ; it was a symbol of Norman occupation and in its original thirteenth-century condition it would have formed an important element of the defences of the town.
There were four large circular corner towers and a massive ditch, part of which can still be seen today on the Parade.
This was a square-shaped castle with towers at each corner; three of these original four towers survive to this day.
Kilkenny Walls protected the medieval town of Kilkenny. It is the larger of the two surviving towers of the defences of the medieval High town of Kilkenny.
Francis Abbey. St Canice's Cathedral , also known as Kilkenny Cathedral, present building dates from the 13th century and is the second longest cathedral in Ireland.
The cathedral is named after Saint Canice, who also gave his name to the town. Cruciform , the cathedral was built in the Early English , or English Gothic, style of architecture , of limestone , with a low central tower supported on black marble columns.
The exterior walls, apart from the gables, are embattled , and there are two small spires at the west end. The cathedral is seventy-five yards long, and its width along the transepts is forty-one yards.
Canice's tower an excellent example of a well-preserved early Christian 9th century Round Tower.
Accessible only by a steep set of internal ladders, it may once have been both a watchtower and a refuge, and the summit gives a good view of Kilkenny and the countryside around.
The hill on which the cathedral stands is believed to be the centre of the first major settlement at Kilkenny, and the round tower suggests an early ecclesiastical foundation.
Dominican Black Abbey was founded in , and lying just off Parliament Street. Each of the bridges spans the River Nore. Canices Parish in the townland of Gardens, and is an important element of the architectural heritage of Kilkenny City.
The present-day bridge was built in after the 'Great Flood of '. It was built by William Colles c. It was first built after , and has been called 'John's Bridge' since the Middle Ages.
It has also been rebuilt many times since the twelfth century due to flooding. During the flood of , people gathered on John's Bridge after Green's Bridge collapsed.
John's Bridge also collapsed, and sixteen people died. It was reputedly, at the time it was completed, the longest single-span reinforced bridge in Ireland or Britain.
The Ossory Bridge, linking the ring-road, was completed in and features an inlaid sculpture. The scheme and the proposed building of the new bridge was the subject of some debate and protest in Kilkenny in The Old Woollen Mills was built in the s and is located on the north side of the city, on the Bleach Road.
Kilkenny is a popular tourist destination in Ireland. Its art galleries, historic buildings, craft and design workshops, theatre, comedy, public gardens and museums are some of main reasons Kilkenny has become one of Ireland's most visited towns and a base from which to explore the surrounding countryside.
Points of cultural interest in the area include Kilkenny Castle , St. Canice's Cathedral and round tower, Rothe House , St. Kilkenny Tradfest takes place over the St.
Patrick's Day weekend in March and includes the St. Patrick's Day festivities, the parade and the Tradfest music festival, which highlights the best of Irish traditional and folk music.
Kilkenny hosts the annual Cat Laughs comedy festival every June bank holiday week. The Kilkenny Arts Festival established in the s takes place in late August.
During this time Kilkenny plays host to contemporary art, with theatre, dance, visual art, literature, film, painting, sculptures and live performances.
Musical events, including traditional, classical, world music and jazz, take place during the festival. Savour Kilkenny is a food festival which happens in October every year,  drawing tens of thousands of visitors.
Each November, Kilkenny stages Kilkenomics, the world's first economics and comedy festival. Before moving to Evan's Home , it was located in the former kitchens of Kilkenny Castle.
Many pubs have Irish traditional music sessions. Kerbdog was an Alternative rock band from Kilkenny who began writing in The Kilkenny Arts Festival is held every August.
Dolly Parton headlined at the event. Bruce Springsteen played 2 consecutive nights in July to finish the European leg of his World tour.
Classical tastes are catered for in St Canice's Cathedral , where classical musicians and choirs often perform. The Kilkenny Choir and a Gospel Choir frequently perform in churches throughout the town.
Cleere's pub and theatre on Parliament Street is well known for touring Irish and international bands including indie, jazz and blues.
They also have a traditional music session every Monday night, as does Ryan's on Friary Street on Thursdays. Kilkenny had a tradition of dramatic performance going back to when the Dublin company set up in Kilkenny.
It was a blatantly political work with the Lirenda of the title being an anagram of Ireland. Many of them went to Kilkenny to join a confederacy of Old English and Irish that formed in that city.
The Watergate Theatre in Kilkenny is a centre for the performing and visual arts. Award-winning animated studio Cartoon Saloon , as well as the film production companies Young Irish Film Makers and Mycrofilms, are all based in Kilkenny.
Radio Kilkenny, which began as a pirate station Kilkenny Community Radio,  received a licensed to broadcast to Kilkenny city and county on Beat is a regional youth radio station broadcasting across the South East of Ireland.
Newspapers have been produced in Kilkenny for centuries. Longstanding examples include Finns Leinster Journal later the Kilkenny Journal from to , the Kilkenny People from to , and the Kilkenny Moderator from to Finn's Leinster Journal — was founded by Edmund Finn in It was published in Kilkenny but some content was relevant to Carlow.
It was continued as Leinster Journal — and the Kilkenny Journal from The Moderator — changed its name to Kilkenny Moderator — and reverted to Moderator from — The modern Kilkenny People was first published in It is a weekly paper.
According to the Audit Bureau of Circulations , the Kilkenny People had an average weekly circulation of 17, for the first six months of Photographic Collections of Kilkenny include the Lawrence Collection c.
John's Parish Collection , as well as many historical postcards. Kilkenny won the Irish Tidy Towns Competition in Kilkenny is the home of many noted secondary schools, including the Church of Ireland Kilkenny College , founded in This is one of the oldest schools in the country, and its past pupils include Jonathan Swift and George Berkeley.
He was born near Kilkenny and lived in Dysart Castle, Thomastown. Kieran's College was founded in and was the first Roman Catholic secondary school in Ireland.
It was created after Grattan's Parliament which permitted some relaxation of the Penal Laws in the country.