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1891 – Ulster Bank, College Green, Dublin

Architect: Sir Thomas Drew



One of the most magnificent bank buildings in the city with a pompous over-blown doorway, the customer enters with a sense of impending magnificence. Unfortunately, the banking hall was demolished in 1976 “to improve the working conditions of staff”. A bland interior now lies behind the Victorian magnificence.

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