Dublin – churchesApril 4, 2016
Dublin like any other European city has many churches, Here in this post I will talk specifically 4 churches, that are:
1 St. Patrick (St. Patrick), the main church of Dublin and Ireland, St. Patrick is the patron in Ireland, in the legends he stunned the nation snakes and evangelized the Irish using a three leaf clover, today one of the Irish symbols is that clover and green color that is also widely used by Irish, it also called the island of Ireland and the Emerald is in the country's flag, also comes from the stories of St. Patrick, because of the green shamrock three leaf.
founded in 1.191 in honor of the Holy, is the most beautiful church in Dublin, the church is already beautiful, with adjoining garden, It is even more beautiful. Inside she is also very beautiful.
You need to pay to enter 6 euros, or if you are living here, You can go in Dublin Cultural Day which is free, a row rolls, but worth it.
2 Christ Church Cathedral (Holy Trinity Cathedral), It was constructed in 1.038, the Viking king of Ireland, the Cathedral is next to the museum of Dublinia, they are connected by an old footbridge over a street.
Both outside and inside is very beautiful.
There are many festivals in the church garden.
You need to pay to enter the cathedral, 6 euro also, or this also in Dublin Cultural Day admission is free.
3 The Church (The Church), this church today is no longer church, It is a Bar, Restaurant and Ballad, It is on the list because I had never imagined that a church could become a Bar, this has in Brazil, at least that I know, but in some places in Europe, as UK, in Holland and here it is normal to have a transformed church premises.
We spent New Year's Eve at a party in this place, was fun, great choice for New Year's Eve in Dublin, because in Ireland the new year is not a legal soooo party.
And at the time it was church, o Arthur Guinness, founder of the Guinness brewery, He married there.
4 St. Saviour’s Priory, esta igreja está na lista, não por ser linda ou ser antiga, ela é um das poucas igrejas católicas de Dublin, que fica aberta o tempo todo e não precisa pagar para entrar, o que acontece em muitas outras, então é uma boa igreja se você quer rezar ou ir numa missa, se não me engano tem missas em Espanhol.
Há outras igrejas, mas para nós essas são as principais e de acesso mais fácil, próximas ao centro.