This church is distinctive because it has 3 red doors. This church has a special place in history because this was the place where Bram Stoker got married - before this I had thought of Bram Stroker as Romanian with Dracula and suddenly I realise that he was Irish.
Having visited my ancestor's place of worship - the elegant St. Stephen's in Mount Street Square, which was closed - we went on the its mother Church of St. Ann. There could not have been a greater contrast in architectural styles; I love St. Stephen's Georgian elegance but was not very keen on St. Ann's baroque style. However, I'm very... 更多
This historic Anglican church dating from the early 18th century has an attractive and impressive facade, right on a busy city centre street. Moving inside one is immediately struck by the the lovely features. One of the most delightful is the amount of lovely wood carvings. It is to be seen in the balconies and the altar. The vista along... 更多
Understated but beautiful interior. Only had a few minutes inside before the door was being closed so I didn't get to walk around, but so happy I got to see the interior. Architecture really special ~ Georgian interior, Baroque west and Neo- Romanesque front. Had Victorian stained glass windows. The parish was established in 1707. Hours per their website are... 更多
I have never been to a place like it! The father / reverend of the church was standing at the entrance when we arrived for a quick visit of the church. He welcomed us and asked where we were from and then said, don't forget to put something in the pot, minimum contribution is 3 euro...... Bizarre! Not an outstanding... 更多
The turbulent history of Dublin and indeed Ireland may have had something to do with the long completion time for... 更多
Just walking around by myself I noticed this church with it's bright red door. I walked to it and went... 更多