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Saint Patrick's Church, Belfast, Northern Ireland
UK

This Church of St Patrick was competed in 1877 in the Romanesque style of different colored sandstone. Inside are ten beautiful arches of red sandstone, supported by rose and grey Dumfries granite pillars. Amongst its many charms is the statue of St Patrick above the door which, like the altar, was carved by the father of Padraig Pearse, hero of the Easter Rising.

http://www.saintpatricksbelfast.org.uk/index.html

Copyright: Larry beasley
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 12468x6234
Hochgeladen: 03/08/2010
Aktualisiert: 28/08/2014
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Tags: st. patrick; belfast; cathedral
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