Dublin's Four Courts and River Liffey

Dublin's Four Courts and River Liffey Dublin's Four Courts and River Liffey

Dublin's Four Courts reflected in the River Liffey.

 

Dublin's Four Courts hasn't looked like this in a while, bound by scaffolding for many years now.

Seen here with reflections in the River Liffey at sunset.

Dating to the end of the eighteenth century, the fine building was begun by architect Thomas Cooley and finished by James Gandon.

The buildings were extensively destroyed in 1922 before being brought back into use in the 1930s.

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Last modified on Saturday, 15 December 2018 23:09

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