National Museum of Ireland – Collins Barracks

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National Museum Of Ireland - Collins Barracks

Built in 1702 by Thomas Burgh, Surveyor General to Queen Anne.

The picture was taken from Croppies’ Acre, a memorial to the many Irish rebels who were buried there after the rebellion of 1798.

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