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"The Four Courts" Four Courts Tip by jenna24

Four Courts, Dublin: 20 reviews and 23 photos

 
 

<font color='blue'><font size='2'><b> The Four Courts</font></b>
<font color='green'> The Four Courts stands on the River Liffey . Built by James Gandon between 1786-1802, the four courts within; the Exchequer, Common Please, King's Bench and Chancery, lead off from a circular central hall. The building now acts as the seat of the High Court of Justice of Ireland and also as a kind of chambers for barristers.

Address: Inns Quay, Dublin 7
Phone: &#43;353 (0)1 888 6000
Website: http://www.courts.ie/Courts.ie/Library3.nsf/pagecurrent/C405A2905C07523880256DA900495EE2

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  • Written Aug 25, 2002
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