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1816 – St John’s Home, Drogheda, Co. Louth

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St John’s Home is made of two ranges of buildings. Each building contains two houses of three bays and two storeys. The buildings are linked by a screen wall. The gables of the buildings are decorated with blank half moon windows and shallow pediments.

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