Ireland's largest church, St Patrick's Cathedral is erected on
the site where St. Patrick is believed to have baptized his
converts to the Christian faith. The current building dates back to
the 12th century, although it's been restored and altered over the
years. Jonathan Swift was dean of St. Patrick's from 1713-1745,
during which time he penned
Visitors can still see his tomb and
Address: St Patrick's Close Website: www.stpatrickscathedral.ie Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: (0)1 453 9472 Opening Time: March to October: daily 9am-5:30pm; November to
February: Monday to Saturday 9am-5pm, Sunday
9am-3pm. Admission: EUR5.50 (adults), concessions available.
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