Irish Public Buildings

Irish Public Buildings

Although less attractive from a tourist point of view, Irish public buildings have a rich history that is worth discovering… They are in themselves the testimony of great episodes of Irish History, which really deserve a visit!

Visit Irish public buildings

Buildings that first and foremost tell the history of the country!

If you wander through the great cities of Ireland, you will no doubt come across some of its great public buildings. Government building, town hall, theatre, concert hall… There’s something for everyone!

Don’t hesitate to visit them: these buildings are the very soul of these great Irish cities! They have often been the scene of historic moments that have shaped the face of Ireland today!

Irish Public Buildings: discover the map

Irish Public Buildings: attractions to visit

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Push open the door of the GPO, the Irish Post Office building, known to have been a strategic location during the attempted Easter rising in 1916.

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A monument symbolizing the city of Belfast in Northern Ireland!

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An emblematic historic building in Dublin, which was deeply marked by the Irish War of Independence and its Civil War.

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This is the concert hall to go to in Dublin!

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An establishment in the district of Temple Bar, with a strong emphasis on Irish cinema!

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A public building in Northern Ireland, and a symbol of the history of the province

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A venue for seminars, shows and conventions in Dublin. Its modern architecture makes it recognizable among a thousand!