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“Nice place to visit”

Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity
Reviewed 28 June 2018

This place is historically interesting. Not very elaborate. It those have an interesting Hebrew word on the wall behind the alter. The volunteers there are very happy to tell you the significance of it.

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Reviewed 7 June 2018

We stopped by for an unofficial tour, it was a fabulous experience. The craftsmanship and care have created and maintained this beautiful place of worship. A great place to pray for safe travels.

Thank Mark M
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Reviewed 15 May 2018

We walked past this Cathedral on our walking tour with Jack and he discussed its history. It is the oldest Roman catholic cathedral in all of Ireland and dates to 1793-1796. It has a most interesting facade, which is neoclassic in style with Palladian overtones. There are half columns along the front of the building and windows with either curved or triangular pediments. The central pediment is filled with statues. What was curious were the statues on top of the roof. When we were there there was a large sea gull on Mary's head and when we came back a hour later he was still there. Just an odd image. The Cathedral was renovated and has 10 Waterford crystal chandeliers which must be exquisite when lit. As the church was closed, we di not get to see them.

Thank jer b
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Reviewed 4 May 2018

Beautiful church---inside and out. We walked from out hotel to see it and were blessed to find out there was a Mass going on at the time!

Thank gab131vic
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Reviewed 1 May 2018

Look out for the stations of the cross sequence of murals- 14 of them. Entrance is €5 for seniors. We always try to fit in a short cathedral visit whenever we get to a new City. It’s good for the soul. Lighting a candle for lost loved ones is a ritual for us.

Thank MalcolmHM
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