TY Neo-Classical Tour of Dublin

TY Students outside the GPO on their Neo-classical tour of central Dublin<br />Photo: Ms. Donohoe
NEWS / 28 April 2017

Ms Donohoe and Ms. Caspi brought the TY students around Dublin city centre on Thursday, 27th April to examine the interior and exterior of many stunning neo-classical buildings that populate our city centre. A number of TY students comment on the morning's tour.

On Thursday, 27th April Ms. Donohoe along with Ms. Caspi brought the TY class in to the city centre on a neo-classical tour of Dublin. The goal of the tour was to look at various examples of buildings which were influenced or inspired by Classical architecture. These buildings included the GPO and Trinity College. Tim Murphy (TY)

I really enjoyed the Neo-classical architecture tour of Dublin. My favourite part was when we into  City Hall and had a chance to admire the beautiful ceiling. Anna Baker (TY)

It was a brilliant introduction to the subject of neoclassical architecture. It was very educational as well as fun! Sonny Daly (TY)

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