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introduction to the architectural heritage of South Dublin County

Ireland. Dept. of the Environment and Local Government.

introduction to the architectural heritage of South Dublin County

by Ireland. Dept. of the Environment and Local Government.

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Published by Dept. of the Environment & Local Govt. : Dúchas, the Heritage Service, National Inventory of Architectural Heritage in [Dublin, Ireland] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Ireland,
  • Dublin (County)
    • Subjects:
    • Architecture -- Ireland -- Dublin (County),
    • Cultural property -- Ireland -- Dublin (County)

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesSurvey of the architectural heritage of South Dublin County, Architectural heritage of South Dublin County, Réamhrá ar Oidhreacht Ailtireachta Chontæ Bhaile Átha Cliath Theas
      StatementDepartment of the Environment & Local Government, Dúchas the Heritage Service.
      ContributionsIreland. Dúchas, the Heritage Service., Ireland. National Inventory of Architectural Heritage.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNA990.D83 I74 2002
      The Physical Object
      Pagination71, 71 p. :
      Number of Pages71
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3746824M
      ISBN 100755712625
      LC Control Number2003427492
      OCLC/WorldCa51638333

        The latest volume in the acclaimed Pevsner Architectural Guides series is devoted to Cork, Ireland’s largest and most southerly county, home of the second city of the Republic of Ireland. The book is also the first of the six Buildings of Ireland volumes so far published to cover part of the southern province of Munster.. In this article, the book’s editor Simon Bradley introduces some of. Vernacular architecture is a term used to describe the sort of buildings which are totally characteristic of a particular place and which have arisen naturally from the use of local materials assembled in a traditional way, almost as if no one had thought about how they would be put together.

        In South County Dublin, the most famous of these resorts was Lucan’s Spa Hotel. A curative spring was discovered, near the hotel’s current location, in by local landowner Agmondisham Vesey whilst out walking along the banks of the Liffey. For years the bastion of British rule in Ireland, the castle is really a Victorian architectural mish-mash, and wouldn't look out of place in London or Paris. 6 This is perhaps one of the more sedate attractions you'll find set against Dublin's bustling backdrop, and it's certainly not a day out for the kids, but the minute tours are.

      Longwood Architectural Conservation Area Statement of Character 3 Location & Boundary of the Architectural Conservation Area Fig. 1: The location of Longwood in the local context (from Google maps) Longwood is located near the south-west part of County Meath some 50km north-west of Dublin city centre. It lies 8km south-west of Trim. heritage definition: 1. features belonging to the culture of a particular society, such as traditions, languages, or. Learn more.


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