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Saint Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin

I'm not very religious but I had heard about how beautiful Saint Patrick's Cathedral was and decided to go check it out. The cathedral is an arcitectural masterpiece. From the floor to the ceiling if feels like your in a piece of artwork not a cathedral. It's filled with stain glass windows and beautifully tilled floors, this building has been around for centuries and has had many generations of people walk in and out of it's doors. Saint Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin is also known as the National Cathedral and Collegiate Church of Saint Patrick, Dublin. It is considered one of the most famous cathedrals, for it has hosted the funerals of two former Irish presidents and contains Ireland's largest organ. The cathedral is amazing and it's definetly gives you the feeling of Ireland's past.

Location: Western Europe
Land area: Fields, hills, low mountains, and sea cliffs
Population: 4,203,200

Posted by HeatherB3 10:04

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