As you roam around the leafier districts of main Dublin, you are most likely to come across some grandly outstanding older buildings that appear to stand apart out of time.
The city of Dublin is the home of a few of the finest examples of enduring Georgian architecture. A number of today’s Government buildings are Georgian in design. The Custom House, thought about to be among the most essential architectural structures in the city, the Four Courts, the Rotunda Hospital (Europe’s very first maternity medical facility built in 1750), Leinster House, and the Phoenix Park are a few of the most remarkable traditions of our Georgian heritage.
Merrion Square features famous Georgian buildings such as Leinster House and the National Gallery of Ireland.
Fitzwilliam Square is less busy with the Georgian houses being taken up by offices,
St Stephen’s Green, is the most popular of the Dublin’s Georgian squares, as it is beside Dublin’smost prominent shopping location, the pedestrianised Grafton Street and Stephens Green Centre.
The video features the Georgian structures like Trinity College, Four Courts, City Hall or Irish Houses of Parliament, as well as Dublins Christ Church Cathedral, panoramic views of the observation deck of Guinness Storehouse and many more.