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Stop 12 - St. Patrick's Cathedral
St. Patrick's Cathedral - Patrick Street
The National Cathedral for the Church of Ireland (Anglican) Community in Ireland, St. Patrick's Cathedral was built by the first Anglo-Norman Bishop, John Comyn in 1192, on the site of a little wooden Church dedicated to St. Patrick. The famous Jonathan Swift, author of Gulliver's Travels, is buried in the cathedral

Open Daily - Admission Charge.
Marsh's Library - St. Patrick's Close
This is the oldest public Library in Ireland. Erected in 1702, it contains over 25,000 volumes and 200 valuable ancient manuscripts. The interior fittings have remained unaltered since the days when great Dean Jonathan Swift worked here.

Open daily except Tues. and Sun. - Admission Charge
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