Dublin, Ireland

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St. Patrick’s Cathedral

Construction of the largest Cathedral in Ireland was launched in the 12 century. An old legend claims that it was at the point where it now stands, Saint Patrick baptized the inhabitants of the country.

The Cathedral is both classic and original. It was the last home of the author of the famous Gulliver’s travels-Jonathan Swift, served as Rector of churches in 18century. There you will find the whole Exposition, entirely devoted to the life of this man: his manuscripts, working desk and Chair. „Stored in the Church Museum is even death mask of the writer’’

Above you can see the Gallery of heraldic banners. They have survived very distant times, when a Church Hall was the place of initiation for men in Knights of the order of St Patrick.

 

Dublin, Ireland

 

Dublin Museum

The Museum acquaints visitors with the medieval Ireland, but in an unusual game format. That is why it happens to be interesting to visit for children.

The exhibition presents  themed scenes. You can see how life was for the peasants, see the classic Street at that time and even the Vikings going camping. It is noteworthy that all you see, you can touch with hands and clothes are even allowed to try on.

Guinness Museum

Staying in Dublin and not visiting this museum is absolutely undoubtedly an unforgivable mistake. Officially the town is called „St. James Gate Brewery u" and it used to brew a dark Irish beer (Incidentally, known all over the world) Guinness. We will tell you in detail what ingredients are included in the composition of the drink, and why it is so dark in color.

There are all – six floors of the building. The first placed under the souvenir shop, where you will certainly buy unusual sweets with a beer stuffing. The floor above is the brewery itself. The next floor placed under the collection bottles (beer), and the top is an observation deck, offering excellent viewing the entire territory.

Try dark Guinness served on the top, sixth floor. In doing so, it is served by all the rules — with towering over a mug of high dense foam hat.

To get to the brewery from the city centre on foot just go tracing the smell of something unusual ‘zabrodivšego’ and it lead you to the goal.

The Porter House Temple Bar

Only in Dublin, you can try Oysters— beer — a thick consistency and a surprisingly satisfying one. It is served in a pub called „Porterhouse", where besides beer you can try ten varieties of this Irish stout. But remember that the tables are best to book in advance.

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