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Amongst all the grander cathedrals lies St Audoen's one of the oldest medieval church in the region and one of the longest continuously operating churches. Good historical description including about the guilds and the wall on the back side of the church is one of...More
A lovely medieval church restored and still functioning as a Christian Church.See the old walls of Dublin, a portion of an excavation showing a typical stone coppel original street of many centuries ago.An education for me, and I loved it.
We randomly came across the oldest church in Ireland and were pleasantly greeted by Ralph. This man is super passionate and amazingly knowledgeable about the history of this church and it’s evolution over the 400+ years. He was very kind and gave us a personal...More
Was passing by on foot, decided to take a look. Well worth it . Great attraction giving a insight into medieval Dublin. Excellent staff and tours are free. Alex in particular had a great passion and knowledge of the building and Dublin in general. Give...More
It’s free to go in and explore. There’s a display of the original cobblestone road that was discovered when renovating the church. The history of the original church with additions is informative. Very nice architecture. The functioning church was lovely.
I purely stumbled across this Church by accident as I was making my way to Dublinia. This church is truly beautiful and just boarding it is the Old Dublin Wall. I personally didn't go inside but I certainly enjoyed the outside gardens.
Well kept and peaceful gardens welcome you from the hustle and bustle of city life Before you enter the church view the memorial of the more recent History of Dublin from the 1916 rising and the children who lost their lives The church itself is...More
This medieval church is a hidden gem right in the middle of Dublin. Definitely recommend visiting here, it’s a small but well kept church with a nice visitor centre.
The guides are very knowledgeable and the tour is informative and you lean much more then...More