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Dublin historical buildings

 

Other historical buildings:

Christ Church Cathedral
One of two Anglican cathedrals in Dublin. Dating back to the 11th century and restored in the 19th century. Next door is the "Dublinia" an exhibition on medieval Dublin. Christchurch Place, Dublin, (01 677 8099).

City Hall
Designed by Thomas Cooley in 1779 to be the Royal Exchange. Dame Street, Dublin 01 672 2204).

Collins Barracks
The barracks were built by Colonel Burgh in the early 1700's and now part of the National museum. Benburb Street, Dublin (01 677 7444).

Guinness Storehouse
The original home of Guinness where Arthur Guinness purchased Rainsfords Brewery in 1759. Now housing the 'World of Guinness Exhibition. St James's Gate, The Liberties, Dublin (01 453 6700).

Ha'penny Bridge
The Ha'penny Bridge opened in 1816 is a symbol of Dublin and connects Merchants Arch to Liffey Street. (01 605 7700).

James Joyce Centre
A restored 1784 Georgian townhouse. 35 North Great Georges Street , Dublin, (01 878 8547).

St Audoen's Church
High Street, Dublin ( 01 605 7700).

St Patrick's Cathedral
St Patrick's is one of two Anglican cathedrals in Dublin and dates from 1190. A striking feature is the long interior and the high tower. St Patrick's Close, Off Clanbrassil Street, Dublin (01 475 48170).

The Irish White House
Once the Viicergal Lodge and goes back to 1751. Now the home of the President and open to visitors for guided tours on Saturdays, but tickets are limited and works off a first come basis. Phoenix Park Dublin (01 670 9155).

 
 

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