The Four Courts (Dublin) Reviews
Description:Designed by James Gandon / the Four Courts is one of Ireland's architectural treasures. Built between 1786 and 1802 / the Four Courts along with the Custom House are considered to be the best examples of neoclassical architecture in the city. Inns Quay / ... more
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