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Beautiful Church

I attended a school tour at St Nahi's, I was so impressed with this beautiful old church and the... read more

Reviewed 28 January 2018
MrsKog
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Beautiful little church

Was only in here recently on a history Dundrum tour. This location is the oldest inhabited area of... read more

Reviewed 5 August 2017
Stephen_G_Dublin
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28 Jan 2018
“Beautiful Church”
5 Aug 2017
“Beautiful little church”
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Upper Churchtown Road, Dundrum, Ireland
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Reviewed 28 January 2018 via mobile

I attended a school tour at St Nahi's, I was so impressed with this beautiful old church and the amazing history. The minister who led the tour did a great job at retelling the history.

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Reviewed 5 August 2017

Was only in here recently on a history Dundrum tour. This location is the oldest inhabited area of Dundrum going back to a monastic settlement on the site in the 6th century. Also now holds the baptismal font that both the Duke of Wellington and...More

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Reviewed 15 July 2016

For those who don't know, this church has an amazing viewpoint over the Dundrum Luas bridge.....and is often overlooked. The church is in use and whilst beautiful, the main attraction for me is the graveyard. Originally a famine graveyard and over 10,000 buried here, a...More

1  Thank Aisling M
Reviewed 9 February 2016

The church is 18th century, but on the site of an early monastery. In the porch of the church there are two ornate Viking burial slabs, the font where the Duke of Wellington was baptised and a lovely stained glass window by Irish artist Evie...More

4  Thank G and B R
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