St Patricks Cathedral by Noel Byrne Dublin, Ireland

St Patricks Cathedral by Noel Byrne Dublin, Ireland Omg. I miss Dublin! It's so very beautiful in person. Can't wait to go back and wonder around looking at all Ireland's gorgeous Cathedrals!

I loved the floors in person.  The Irish people's church seems so much more cheerful with these colorful tiles.  St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin

Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin" by David Soanes on - This is the historic St. Patrick's Cathedral, located in Dublin, Ireland.

st. patrick's cathedral. This historic cathedral that began construction 1858 is located in midtown Manhattan and boasts beautiful stained glass, organs with a total of 9,838 pipes, and a massive vaulted ceiling. Guided tours are free of charge.

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St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin, Ireland

Patrick's Cathedral, Ireland’s largest church,built in 1191 is one of the biggest tourist attractions in Dublin.

St. Patrick's Cathedral - New York City

Patrick’s Cathedral is located at the avenue in New York City. It is the biggest church in the United States. The Gothic Catholic church is where the archbishop of New York holds its seat

St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin - The author of Gullivers Travels, Johnathon Swift was Dean of this Cathedral in the

St. Patrick's Cathedral - Ireland

Make the Effort to See Dublin's St. Patrick's Cathedral

One of Dublin's three cathedrals (and the largest church in Ireland), St. Patrick's is actually the National Cathedral .

St. Patricks Cathedral. Dublin. County Dublin, Ireland

Fantastic 120-Year-Old Color Pictures of Ireland

Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin - photochrom print of Ireland courtesy of Library of Congress

Love the architecture of Catholic churches.  I have to see this in person. St.Patrick's Cathedral , 5th Ave, New York

Saint Patrick's Cathedral on Fifth Avenue is actually the second cathedral of the same name in New York City.