In the north of the county is bordered by the river Suir, in the east by the Waterford Harbour. The West is characterized by a mountainous and hilly country, the East is rather plain.
In the early Middle Ages, the area belonged to the kingdom of Leinster. In 1172, the area was conquered by the Anglo-Normans. In the 13th century, the founding of the county took place.
The distribution of seats in the County Council after the local elections of June 5, 2009:
- Ardmore (Ireland ) Round Tower
- Ballynageeragh portal tomb
- Ballynamona Lower Court tomb
- Carriglong passage tomb
- Gaulstown portal tomb
- Passage tomb of Harristown
- Knockeen portal tomb
- Munmahogue Wedge tomb
Carlow | Cavan | Clare | Cork | Cork city ** | Donegal | Dublin * ( ** Fingal | Dun Laoghaire - Rathdown ** | ** South Dublin | Dublin **) | Galway | Galway City ** | Kerry | Kildare | Kilkenny | Laois | Leitrim | Limerick | Limerick City ** | Longford | Louth | Mayo | Meath | Monaghan | Offaly | Roscommon | Sligo | Tipperary * (North Tipperary ** | ** South Tipperary ) | Waterford | Waterford City ** | Westmeath | Wexford | Wicklow * Historic county, ** newly created county
52.18 - 7.59Koordinaten: 52 ° 11 ' N, 7 ° 35 ' W
- County in Ireland
- County Waterford