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St. Audeon's Church, Dublin

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.5/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web
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  • stumbled on this after deciding against Christchurch, and to say this was free it was remarkable. very friendly Canadian girl working there even offered us a tour if we wanted, a very refreshing chang...  read more »
  • One of the highlights of my 5 days in Dublin was actually stumbling upon an intimate two-man performance inside this church while walking through the Liberties. The story of Saint George and the Drago...  read more »
  • The Church of Saint Audon-directly after Christ Church Cathedral-is a little gem that deserves to be visited: compared to the most famous cathedrals, although also passed from the Romanesque to the Anglican worship, keeps more strokes and atmospheres than it was in the past: a piece of medieval guild Chapel and street and outside a section of medieval wall with an adjoining door.
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  • Interesting small museum, describing very well the history of the church, but also picturing the life in Dublin hundreds of years ago
  • The museum section is a great free insight into the history of the church, really well run place
  • Museum section (free), was a great little glimpse into the 12th century origins of the church. Displays inside and a portion outside where you can see the remains of a section that was removed as money became scarce in the 18th century. A good quick trip through history.
  • Very interesting. Free admission, worth it to go.
  • Beautiful Church!
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