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1849 – Shandon Butter Market, Cork

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Architect: John Benson

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Built close to St. Anne’s, the former butter market was once the centre of Cork trade. This is the rear entrance with its triumphal archway flanked by coupled columns and smaller archways. A circular building alongside was also used as a market.

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