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Christ Church Area Of Dublin (Easter 2009)

Christ Church Area Of Dublin (Easter 2009)
Church Of Christ
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Christ Church Cathedral (The Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, commonly known as Christ Church, Cathedral of the United Dioceses of Dublin and Glendalough and Metropolitical Cathedral of the United Provinces of Dublin and Cashel) in Dublin is the elder of the city’s two mediƦval cathedrals, the other being St. Patrick’s Cathedral.

It is officially claimed as the seat (cathedra) of both the Church of Ireland and Roman Catholic archbishops of Dublin. In practice it has been the cathedral of only the Church of Ireland Archbishop of Dublin, since the Irish Reformation. Though nominally claimed as his cathedral, the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Dublin uses a church elsewhere, St Mary’s in Malborough Street in Dublin, as his pro-cathedral (acting cathedral).

Christ Church Cathedral is located in the former heart of mediaeval Dublin, next to Wood Quay, at the end of Dame Street (the latter owes its name to a Norman French title given to Our Lady). However a major dual carriage-way building scheme around it separated it from the original mediaeval street pattern which once surrounded it, with it original architectural context (at the centre of a maze of small buildings and streets) lost both by road-building and by the demolition of the older residential quarter at Wood Quay. As a result the cathedral now appears dominant in isolation behind new civil offices along the quays, out of its original mediaeval context.

Christ Church Area Of Dublin (Easter 2009)

Christ Church Area Of Dublin (Easter 2009)
Church Of Christ
Image by infomatique
Christ Church Cathedral (The Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, commonly known as Christ Church, Cathedral of the United Dioceses of Dublin and Glendalough and Metropolitical Cathedral of the United Provinces of Dublin and Cashel) in Dublin is the elder of the city’s two mediƦval cathedrals, the other being St. Patrick’s Cathedral.

It is officially claimed as the seat (cathedra) of both the Church of Ireland and Roman Catholic archbishops of Dublin. In practice it has been the cathedral of only the Church of Ireland Archbishop of Dublin, since the Irish Reformation. Though nominally claimed as his cathedral, the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Dublin uses a church elsewhere, St Mary’s in Malborough Street in Dublin, as his pro-cathedral (acting cathedral).

Christ Church Cathedral is located in the former heart of mediaeval Dublin, next to Wood Quay, at the end of Dame Street (the latter owes its name to a Norman French title given to Our Lady). However a major dual carriage-way building scheme around it separated it from the original mediaeval street pattern which once surrounded it, with it original architectural context (at the centre of a maze of small buildings and streets) lost both by road-building and by the demolition of the older residential quarter at Wood Quay. As a result the cathedral now appears dominant in isolation behind new civil offices along the quays, out of its original mediaeval context.

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Easter Road, Leith, St Andrews Church

Easter Road, Leith, St Andrews Church
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B listed by Historic Scotland in 1995, the church at which this lamp standard is situated was built circa 1880/1. The decorative, cast-iron lamp standard is a later addition though it is included in the listing description. The box base provides a war memorial to boys brigade members lost in World War I (1914-18). The lamp may, therefore, date from the early 1920s. Scottishironwork.org suggests that this lamp dates from 1919 and may have been moved to this location when two separate churches were amalgamated. It also attributes it (from design style) to Walter Mac Farlane Co. of the Saracen Foundry, Glasgow.

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