The Dublin City Hall, now a government office, is also accessible, the architecture is very distinctive, a bit Greek, the carvings are beautifully constructed, there are many tourists who come to take pictures!
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The Dublin City Hall is also a must see when visiting Ireland, the architecture is very majestic and impressive. Lots of tourists come here to take pictures, the effect of the film is great, recommend this place!!
The Dublin City Hall is accessible and is now the Dublin City Government's office. The round vaults are covered with beautiful designs and four weeks of wall frescoes, beautifully painted and coloured, definitely worth a visit.
Dublin's City Hall is where the cities counsellors gather to debate and vote in or out the various laws governing the city.
The rotunda and entrance to City Hall are stunning! Well worth seeing. For a fee there is a fairly extensive exhibit on the ground floor that has a lot of information about the city of Dublin and the workings of government - both present day and historically.
The town hall building, which was built in the mid-18th century, was then a famous neoclassical hall. The main feature is the 12 round pillars at the entrance of the building supporting the wide round hall, the Royal Exchange, where merchants chatted and greeted guests. The building, which was later purchased by Dublin, was the temporary headquarters of the Irish government, is still in use, the first Monday of each month for the parliament, chaired by the mayor of Dublin. Inside the lobby is a circular glass elevator that goes straight to the basement. There is a free story exhibition in the capital in the basement showing Dublin yesterday and today.