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Four Courts, Dublin

Categories: Government Buildings, Architectural Buildings, Tourist Spots
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  • This is an extraordinary building. Entrance is through the "public entrance" on the quays. The great unwashed may only enter that way and visitors are not only welcome but entitled to enter. Subject t...  read more »
  • The Four Courts is well worth a visit to walk around and look at the various court rooms. The building is amazing. 
  • The four courts is a historic courthouse, which to the is renovated time however just because it was partially equipped. In the Interior it is impossible unfortunately, because it is used even today. Therefore, we made a photo in passing and then contributed to the next destination.
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  • From the main gate the building looks very impressive.
  • Irish courts are open to public in most of the cases. Judges wear wigs in high courts. Good experience like in old movies
  • Four Courts is one of Dublin's landmarks that saw a lot of action in the 1916 Irish Rebellion.
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  • I was framed I tell ya! I'm innocent!
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