Four Courts, Dublin Photos

The Four Courts building holds Ireland's main courts: Supreme Court, Court of Appeal, High Court and Dublin Circuit Court. Construction started in 1786 by architects Thomas Cooley & then James Gandon. Located on Inns Quay in Dublin, the building was occupied & the site of fighting in the 1916 Easter Rising.

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View of Four Courts on River Liffey. Dublin, Ireland.Four Courts courthouse building on Bank of River Liffey. Dublin, Ireland.Facade detail of Four Courts building. Dublin, Ireland.Courtyard arch of Four Courts building. Dublin, Ireland.
View of Four Courts on River Liffey. Dublin, Ireland.Four Courts courthouse building (1786-1802) on Bank of River Liffey. Dublin, Ireland. Architect: Thomas Cooley & James Gandon.Facade detail of Four Courts building. Dublin, Ireland.Courtyard arch of Four Courts building. Dublin, Ireland.

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