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Chapel, St. Patrick's College Maynooth
Nui Maynooth

One of Maynooth's almost hidden gems is the College Chapel. Everytime I bring people here, they are amazed and would never have expected such a beautiful interior.

And for the record books — this is apparently the biggest choir chapel in the world, providing over 300 seats for singers ...

This is also my first higher resolution panorama (315 Megapixel).

Copyright: Florian knorn
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 25124x12562
Hochgeladen: 09/03/2010
Aktualisiert: 03/09/2014


Tags: nui; nuim; maynooth; kildare; irland; south campus; campus; national; university; chapel; church; choir; college; college chapel
  • Betty Benn 11 months ago
    How exciting--can't wait to be there!
  • Paula over 1 year ago
    do you know if there is ever a guided tour of the chapel arranged?
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