This is the center and symbol of the entire Irish justice system, the entire building of the four highest Irish judicial institutions, a circle of buildings, in the middle of a large lawn.
The area is a concentration of the four highest institutions of Irish justice and feels like it's old-fashioned, all of them classical, we didn't go inside and just looked outside, it's a decent atmosphere.
Established in 1785.
The four courts are an 18th century old building on the north bank of the Liffey River in Dublin, and although not particularly grand, they are characteristic. There is also a youth hostel of the same name across the river for the choice of accommodation.
Across the river from the city government building, a magnificent building on the Dublin River, surrounded by more ordinary buildings, and it looks like you will see.
Across the river from the city hall, it's a classic architectural style and a must for law lovers.
Built by designer Thomas Cooli in 1776, James Gandon took over after his death and completed the construction. It took ten years from 1786 to 1796!