New conference centre to include 12th-century wall

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Dublin’s old city wall will form the focal point of a new multi-million euro, state of the art conference suite, to be built in the basement of the Civic Offices at Wood Quay. Part of the planned €2.7m development includes a digital display of the current developments around Dublin city, put together under the guidance of city planner Dick Gleeson. The section of the 12th-century wall will also be on view to the public and tourists from a glazed platform where they can watch an audio-visual presentation about Viking Dublin. Dublin City Council is planning a week-long festival to mark the opening of the new conference suite, which is expected to be ready by next summer. The festival will celebrate the Viking and medieval heritage of the city. Deputy Heritage officer Charles Duggan says the idea for the new suite and displays arose from a 2004 conservation plan for the city walls.

Evening Herald

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