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NUI Maynooth South Campus

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Here we are in the centre of "Saint Joseph Square", probably one of the most photographed locations in Maynooth. This is the heart of the South Campus and Saint Patrick's College.

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A: Entrance to St. Patrick's House

by Florian Knorn, 70 meters away

Here's a panorama from the entrance to St. Patrick's House of St. Patrick's College

Entrance to St. Patrick's House

B: Chapel, St. Patrick's College Maynooth

by Florian Knorn, 90 meters away

One of Maynooth's almost hidden gems is the College Chapel. Everytime I bring people here, they are a...

Chapel, St. Patrick's College Maynooth

C: Pugin Hall

by Florian Knorn, 90 meters away

The main dining hall of St. Patrick's College - Pugin Hall.

Pugin Hall

D: Final panorama from Tutorial Parts (3+5)

by Florian Knorn, 100 meters away

This is the panorama was created in this panoramic photography video tutorial.To find out more about ...

Final panorama from Tutorial Parts (3+5)

E: Final panorama from Tutorial Part (4)

by Florian Knorn, 100 meters away

This is the panorama was created in this panoramic photography video tutorial.To find out more about ...

Final panorama from Tutorial Part (4)

F: Corridor to the College Chapel

by Florian Knorn, 110 meters away

This is the corridor inside St. Patrick's College leading to the beautiful College Chapel.

Corridor to the College Chapel

G: St. Mary Square

by Florian Knorn, 120 meters away

A nice place to rest for a while — St. Mary Square on the NUI Maynooth South Campus. Here shown in ra...

St. Mary Square

H: St. Mary's Statue

by Florian Knorn, 180 meters away

The statue on the NUIM South Campus, as well as the back of the College Chapel, on a beautiful spring...

St. Mary's Statue

I: NUIM South Campus - near Columba Centre

by Florian Knorn, 180 meters away

The view as you cross over the footbridge from the North Campus onto the South Campus, having just pa...

NUIM South Campus - near Columba Centre

J: Maynooth Castle Cellar 2

by Florian Knorn, 190 meters away

One of the two restored cellars of the old Maynooth Castle.

Maynooth Castle Cellar 2

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