Newry Cathedral

This cathedral is dedicated to St Patrick and St Colman, and was the first Catholic cathedral built in Ireland at the time of the Act of Emancipation (1829). On the exterior, Thomas Duff mixed (1825) gothic and Tudor styles; the tower and transept date back to 1888; the interior decoration, with stained glass windows and mosaics, is later.

Useful information

Address:

Hill Street, BT34 1AF Newry

Phone:

+44 28 3026 2586

Price:

free of charge

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