Worth every penny (6 Euro's) to be able to see this historic church. right next door to the Dublina (Viking Museum)
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Building beautiful but inside not as impressive as St Patrick's. The crypt was breathtaking. Loved it down there.
The museum is articulated on three floors. The tour takes around 1.5 hour and it;'s absolutely well made. Interactive and informative.
My wife and I recently visited Italy, so we were excited to see a different style of church to compare with. While not as opulent as a church in Rome, this one was still beautiful in its own way. Something about the Gothic style is...More
Beautiful architecture and interior. Quite overwhelming in its majesty. One of the more outstanding churches of very many in the area.
The Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, is the City of Dublin's cathedral. The cathedral was founded probably sometime after 1028 when King Sitric Silkenbeard, the Hiberno-Norse king of Dublin made a pilgrimage to Rome. In the 1180s, Strongbow and other Norman magnates helped to fund...More
I think there are guided tours but we just got a pamphlet and walked around at our own pace. Strongbow's tomb is here, which is probably one of the most significant things about this place. The crypt has some interesting displays and the Treasury Exhibition.
Christ Church, Dublin Castle, and St. Patrick's Cathedral are parts of the old landmark. I enjoyed this one because ringing the church bell, and Tudors series was filmed here.
There were many things to see like the tomb of strongbow and down in the crypt many artifacts like the mummified remains of the cat and rat, the Magna Carta, etc, and a short sort of documentary was going on. Look at the wonderful stained...More