Christ Church Cathedral
The current building was designed by John Roberts (1714-1796) in 18C English Classical style. It was completed in 1779. Inside there is a model of the Viking church that stood on this site from 1050 until 1773, as well as several monuments from the medieval church - the tomb of James Rice, showing his decaying body one year after his death, and two monuments made by John Van Nost to the Fitzgeralds and to Susanna Mason.
Address :Cathedral Sq.
Phone:+353 51 858 958
[10am-1pm, 2pm-5pm, Sat 10am-4pm, Sun noon-1pm, 2pm-4pm - donation recommended]
Nearby tourist attractions
During the construction of the shopping
This stone fortress on a panoramic site
The watchtower (10m high) surveys a well
This building houses an exhibition of
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