Christ Church Cathedral

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Timings : Monday - Saturday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM,
Sunday: 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM

Entry Fee : Adult - EUR 6,
Student - EUR 4.50,
Child - EUR 2

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Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin Overview

Christ Church Cathedral is the official seat of the Archbishop of Dublin. Built around 1030, it is the older of the two Cathedrals in Dublin. The architecture of the church is from both the medieval times, and from the Victorian era when it was renovated.

This historic cathedral is located near Wood Quay, at the end of Lord Edward Street. It has seen a huge number of changes to it's affiliations and administration since it's inception. A large part of the cathedral today dates back to the Victorian era, due to it's desperate need of renovation. The crypt of the Christ Church is massive in size, in fact the largest in Britain and Ireland, adorned with historical monuments and architectural features. The cathedral bells are also a famous feature of the Christ Church.

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