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12th C. – St Michael le Pole, Dublin


St Michael le Pole, between Chancery Lane and Ship Street, “St Michael of the Pool” overlooked the “Black Pool” from which Dubhlinn took its name. The round tower stood for almost 700 years before it was removed. Illustration by Beranger from the early 18th century, but a later illustration from the 1750s exists.

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1890s – Brady & Sons, Terenure, Co. Dublin

Architect: Sadly missing the fine ground-floor facade, this former public house is a landmark building at Terenure crossroads.