1863 – St. Finian’s Lutheran Church, Adelaide Road, Dublin

Architect: E.T. Owen

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Built for an obscure christian sect, the Catholic Apostolic Church, also known as the Irvingites, this small Gothic church has little or no pretensions. Now is use by the Lutheran Church in Ireland, St. Finian’s is a simple structure with pointed arched windows on its main front. The side elevation is pierced by smaller windows and has simple buttresses.

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