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You cannot miss this iconic structure as you enter Trinity College. It is situated right in the centre of the grounds of the college. It is an interesting granite structure that carries its own traditions and superstitions. The student guide gave an informative explanation of...More
On entering Trinity College throught the great wooden door off College Green one of the first thing to be seen is the Campanile (bell tower) directly in front. It is situated in Parliament Square in the spectacular grounds of Trinity.
The bell tower stands nearly...More
Hubby and I were on a mid-week day trip to Dublin when we decided to have a walk around the University grounds. This iconic bell tower is 100 feet tall. We walked underneath it, something which students NEVER do because they believe in a superstition...More
The Campanile is outstanding in the centre of the grand quadrangle of this historic place of knowledge and learning.
It was donated by the Anglican Archbishop of Armagh and completed in in the early 1850s.
Drawing the many visitors to the college, it has a...More