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We visited the Shrine of Saint Valentine in this lovely church in Dublin. It was really nice to go and see this Shrine and learn the history of St Valentine. I recommend this quiet spot to reflect during a day of site seeing.
When I heard the relics of St. Valentine were here, we made a point coming over. It was a quick walk from city centre and well worth it. It's a beautiful old church with many points of interest especially if you're Catholic. The gift shop...More
Gorgeous building inside? Disappointed gift shop not open, kids running wild inside while people trying to pray and blowing out the candles, parents not caring as they to busy having a cigarette outside
Must see stop when in Dublin. Easy walk from Temple Bar and a free attraction to go see, We were there during an Irish Wedding so it just added to the charm. Be sure to follow the map because the outside doesn't look like the...More
Lovely church in centre of Dublin with relics of St Valentine which attracts all age groups to come in and visit and to light a candel. Several masses daily and also daily confessions. The church has a connection to Mother Theresa as she gave two...More
Situated in the Aungier/ Camden/ Wexford street area of Dublin, this church could be easily passed without noticing, like any other old church in Dublin, it is worth a visit, just for its architectural values, even if you are not religious, these places are a...More
We just went to see St Valentine's remains, but we didn't realize how many other shrines were there. The stained glass is absolutely gorgeous and there's a massive organ at the back with a stained glass window in the middle. It's worth a visit considering...More
It was our last night in Dublin, and we wanted to go to vigil Mass. The church was within easy walking distance of our hotel, so off we went. We were so happy we did. Prior to 6pm Mass, we looked at the mini-exhibit of...More
I do not think this is a well known sight but worth seeing. The little Parrish church is beautiful and the story of how St Valentine's remains came to rest there, plus many shrines to other saints and their prayers.