Dublin is a city steeped in history. Not surprising when you consider that the city was founded more than a thousand years ago, at the time when Dyflin was built.
If you still want a little taste of the atmosphere of the time when – for example – a city, be sure to visit the following addresses.
Founded in the year 1175, and inhabited for more than 800 years by members of the Talbot family. Good place for more information about Dublin in the Middle Ages.
Lusk Heritage Centre
Founded in the year 800, one of Dublin’s most impressive old buildings.
Original Dublin Castle was a defensive fort in the early years of the thirteenth century. After a fire in the 17th century it was transformed into a palace and later a government building.
The place Dalkey was a Viking settlement and was an important port during in Middle Ages. The castle was used mainly for storage.
St. Michan’s Church Tower
Founded in 1095 and until the Reformation, a Catholic church.
St. Audoen‘s Church
Founded in 1190 and named after the saint Audoen (Ouen). Before the entrance is a Celtic tombstone. Superstitious dealers and sellers rubbed on the stone for good luck, hence the nickname Lucky Stone.
St. Patrick’s Cathedral
The largest church in Ireland is the St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Exceptional is that zeter of the archbishop is not in this cathedral, but in the Christ Church Cathedral.
Dublina in St. Michael’s Tower
The Dublina Museum is located in the St. Michael‘s Tower, which was founded in 1076. The museum gives much insight into the Viking and medieval period in Berlin. Highly recommended!
Christ Church Cathedral
Founded in 1030 is Christ Church Cathedral the spiritual center of the city and also one of the oldest buildings.
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