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We had the best memorable vistas of this grand church on approach, with it set against the bright azure cloudless sky.
Dating from 1839 the design is most attractive. The facade is decorative, fine stonework with carved figures. A Rose window was gleaming in the...More
The church is set in a beautifull area of Haddington and as most churches this is a very peacefull. the graveyard is very tidy and the readings on the gravestones are very interesting, you may find a name you know but from many years ago....More
I visit this church on an irregular basis, usually to attend a funeral service! But it is a beautiful building, commanding this lovely road in Dublin 4; which is the part of the city filled with beautifully appointed Georgian architecture, embassy's, excellent eateries & leafy...More
St. Mary’s Church supposed to be the second most important Roman Catholic church in the diocese of Dublin after the Pro-Cathedral.
It dates from 1839 which was just ten years after Catholic Emancipation but my advice is unless you have a very specific reason don’t...More
It is a beautiful 1835 church known for its stained glass Celtic Revival windows and beautiful Hiberno-Romanesque architectural design. It is surrounded by a park-like area which can be for prayer or relaxation.The church features a prominent Lee Memorial Bell Tower. Various design details ,...More