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"Four Courts" Four Courts Tip by elcolibri

Four Courts, Dublin: 19 reviews and 22 photos

  Four Courts
by elcolibri
 
 

Fort Courts in the north bank of the Liffey is an important and famous building in Dublin. Built in 1796, destroyed during the Irish Civil War of 1921-22 and restored again, it most important feature is the dome which you can see as an splendid one from the other bank of the river or from O Donovan Bridge.

Address: Inns Quay Dublin 8
Phone: 01 872 5555
Website: http://www.courts.ie/Courts.ie/Library3.nsf/pagecurrent/C405A2905C07523880256DA900495EE2

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  • Written May 29, 2005
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