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St. Audeon's Church, Dublin

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  • This place is in heart of the city and walk-able from city centre. I cannot comment a lot about it as am not a christian, but overall its peaceful and well build and its even maintained and people do ...  more »
  • It's amazing how this church is still standing. It is a building that has history in its essence. Very interesting to visit, and see the structure, the rooms: the church as a whole is amazing. The dif...  more »
  • Not far from Christchurch, is this church partly snubbed by the many tourists who flock instead to visit the "Christchurch" and the "Chiesa di San Patrizio". Located in the High Street, the main shopping Avenue in Dublin. It was built between 1181 and 1212 and is the oldest medieval city church, dedicated to St Audoen, Bishop of Rouen and Patron Saint of Normandy. Located next to a Catholic Church that bears the same name but which was built recently, I believe in the 19th century. Over the centuries, chapels were built inside of which that of St Anne houses the tombs of many important people lived InDublin between the 16th and 18th centuries. Over the chapel stands the tower that houses the three bells oldest in Ireland, dating back to 1423. The building is beautiful, surrounded by a garden and anyway you can admire different aspects of medieval Dublin.
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  • It's another small and precious place in Dublin, inside of the church you'll find the lucky stone. The church is in honour of St. Audone, a Norman bishop. A gentle Sir, Tony, spoke to us in English and Italian, explaining us that there are some more churches in honour of St Audone, in Italy, Bisceglie, Avellino and Aversa. Take your time to visit this place and the gardens outside.
  • That Church is a real piece of History in the heart of Dublin.
  • Interesting small museum, describing very well the history of the church, but also picturing the life in Dublin hundreds of years ago
  • 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.
  • The museum section is a great free insight into the history of the church, really well run place