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This historic building is home to Ireland's legal court system. The building was designed by Thomas Cooley and James Gandon and completed in 1796. It was almost completely destroyed during the Civil War in 1922 and reopened in 1931. You are welcome...more
We walked past this building on each day of our trip to Dublin. It is a lovely building and really important given the association with the legal services. Striking and beautiful and well worth checking out.
The four courts is the primary courts of justice in Ireland. It is sited west of the city centre.
James Gandon was the architect who arrived in Dublin in 1781. The building consists of a rotunda (public allowed to visit) off which are four courts...More
Names because it used to contain the fours courts of the Judicial system, it was destroyed by Fire in the 1921 civil war, and played a crucial part in the earlier 1913 revolution it is a place which ahs a lot of history
The Four Courts building is Dublin’s juridical core. It is located near the Liffey river. Its exterior is elegant and its interiors are majestic. Its overall architecture is spectacular, therefore. I think it is well worthy a visit, if you are in Dublin.
This is a beautiful historic building which once inside (you have to pass through security scanners) is a wealth of architectural beauty with information from its beginnings placed strategically around the corridors. Thus if you have a long wait, it provides a good distraction from...More
Yes. I visited the court as part of a group and we were told by the Courts Service that everyone can visit the court and move freely. Most cases are also open to the public. You have to go through security.