Two churches next to eachother,one protestant and one catholic.Both very different in architecture.
They are both sitting beside a piece of the old City Wall.
Known as the oldest pub in Dublin and for that reason alone you should stop here and enjoy a guiness...:-)
Great exhibition here on the history of Dublin up to the 1540's including a large scaled model of Dublin around 1500.
Worth the entrance fee!
This beautiful church has been built on a high spot in the oldest part of the city.
Well worth to take a look around.
Again impressive architecture.
It was built in the late 1800's and has formerly been used as the Royal Exchange.
As an attorney, I found it interesting to observe a part of the court proceedings at the central courthouse.
In Dublins Fair city....also be sure to visit the GPO, a prominent building on Dublins throughfare O Connell street, also visit the Book Of Kells in Trinity College.
My favourite city in Europe. There's loads to see, to do and to drink there!!! It might not be the most beautiful city but this place definitely has a soul!!!