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1868 – Magdalen Asylum Chapel, Leeson St., Dublin

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Architect: Rawson Carroll

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Later facade and tower added to earlier chapel for the Magdalen Asylum at the foot of Leeson Street.

The slate spire with cast-iron applied decoration was a local landmark until the site was cleared in the 1960s by Irish Sugar to build their headquarters to a design by Boyle Delaney.

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