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Bank of Ireland, Dublin

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  • They had been recommended to us that we were to see the House of Lords, because in that place which was seat of the Irish Parliament (when it was under British rule) and the place had been intact without destroying. It turns out that when England recognized the Irish nation, as a condition ask the Irish than in that building will not work ever more a Parliament and that also destroyed the Chamber of the Commons and the Lords that there session. The Irish destroyed the House of the common but of Lords hence you can visit, as during bank hours (10 am-16 pm) is can get to see her. But the truth is worthless. It is a set of chairs, a small stage, dark, in a small room where the only thing that stands out is the spider that hangs from the ceiling and that is not at the time but was added recently. The building, which the Government sold it to the Bank of Ireland, on the outside is very cute, but not spent by view camera because it is a total disappointment.
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  • In the old building of Bank of Ireland you getting in touch with a history of banking. It is free to visit.  more »
  • It is a building which is located beside Trinity College and one of the main streets of Dublin. I not went but I was sitting on the stairs while I was the solecico and took me a drink and watched life pass a Friday morning. MU to gustico
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  • Really busy, crazy place (eat before and go to toillet before you join the Q)
  • Massive fees
  • No way
  • BEAUTIFUL BUILDING
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  • A principal agência do BOI!