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Ireland's largest church and the National Cathedral.
Ireland's largest church and the National Cathedral. Founded in 1191 by Archbishop Comyn, the building was renovated in the 19th century.
St Patrick's Close, Dublin 8, Ireland
+353 1 453 9472
A heritage centre located in central Dublin, at the heart of the medieval city
It is a small, but colourful church, the mother church of the region's Anglican (Episcopalian) denomination
Contains a wide selection of early books and manuscripts, including sacred texts and manuscripts
The Dublin Castle was formerly the seat of British rule in Ireland till 1922 AD
A non-profit museum documenting the social, cultural and political history of Dublin city, the collection, housed in a beautiful Georgian townhouse on St
Bustling party area with street artists, pubs and revelers
Entertaining tour of the whiskey distillery
The Guinness Storehouse presents the story of how one of the world’s favourite beverages came to be, taking you through its history and the brewing processes involved in creating the ruby red stout beer
Not to be missed for anyone interested in Irish history as this museum is the national repository for all all archaeological objects found in Ireland
The 'Dead Zoo' contains a comprehensive zoological collection stored and maintained in a manner unchanged since its establishment in Victorian times