Re: Re: merrion square open day 2007

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@Paul Clerkin wrote:

Now in its third year, the Merrion Square Open Day is a day of special events celebrating the rich and diverse heritage of Merrion Square and its surroundings. Explore Georgian Dublin in a relaxed and informal programme, taking in the houses, gardens, and churches at the heart of the city. Visitors will have an opportunity to see properties not often open to the public and enjoy special talks, walks, workshops, and music in historic churches in a programme with something for everyone.

The event is organised by Electricity Supply Board (Number Twenty Nine Fitzwilliam Street Lower), the Irish Architectural Archive, the Irish Georgian Society, and St. Stephen’s Parish Church. With the participation of the Central Catholic Library, the Irish Landmark Trust, the Mercy International Centre, the National University of Ireland, the Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland, and The Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland.

Oh the irony!

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