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Prominent Presbyterian churches are often a trifle dour, but have a certain grandeur. Few are built in the highly decorative Gothic Revival style of the Abbey Church. It is said that the man who endowed the church, prominent merchant Alexander Findlater, insisted on this Victorian...More
Stayed in hotel across road so easy to get to for me. Me and my husband had a marriage blessing here on a weekend away for our anniversary. Beautiful church and alan the vicar was so welcoming and friendly 😁
The Abbey Presbyterian Church is located in Parnell Square North, close to O’Connell Street. It is a finely decorated church with its Gothic architecture and its majesty. Overall, I do think it is worthy a visit, if you are in Dublin.
Popularly known as Findlater's this gorgeous Gothic style church was completed in 1864. It received generous funding from Alexander Findlater, a successful merchant and businessman, thus its colloquial moniker.
It dominates resplendently the view along upper O'Conell Street onto Parnell Square. It has a delightful...More
I came here after going back from the Mater hospital. It is just accross the street from Remembrance gardens. The church has a very nice rosette with quite unusual violet and green stained glass. It also has a floor heating system (not working anymore) but...More