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Ireland, Architecture Building Types Cathedrals


Christ Church (Anglican) Cathedral, DublinChrist Church (Anglican) Cathedral, Dublin - The cathedral of Holy Trinity, commonly called Christ Church, was founded by the Vikings, rebuilt by the Anglo-Normans restored by the Victorians under George Edmund Street. This attractive official site gives history, archive catalogue, images, and visitor information. Christ Church (Anglican) Cathedral, WaterfordChrist Church (Anglican) Cathedral, Waterford - The only neo-classical Georgian cathedral in Ireland, designed by John Roberts (1714-1796). The official site includes a history and images, and a brief biography of its architect.
St. Colman's Cathedral, Cobh, Co. CorkSt. Colman's Cathedral, Cobh, Co. Cork - A history and photographs of the neo-Gothic cathedral designed by the architects Pugin and Ashlin. It took 47 years to build, starting in 1868. St Columb's Cathedral LondonderrySt Columb's Cathedral Londonderry - The official site includes a history and tour of this church completed in 1633 in the Gothic style.
St. Fin Barre's (Anglican) Cathedral, CorkSt. Fin Barre's (Anglican) Cathedral, Cork - The official site includes an illustrated history of this cathedral designed in 1862 by Willliam Burges, including a portrait and biography of the architect. St Patrick's (Anglican) Cathedral, DublinSt Patrick's (Anglican) Cathedral, Dublin - The official site supplies a brief history.
St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin: Virtual TourSt Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin: Virtual Tour - An interactive 360-degree photograph of the interior, provided by Dublin Live.


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