The Custom House in Dublin is regarded as one of the jewels in the city's architectural crown. A masterpiece of European neo-classicism it took 10 years to build and was completed in 1791. It cost the then not inconsiderable sum of £200,000. It was the greatest achievement of James Gandon who had been brought over from England to carry out the work. http://www.environ.ie/en/AboutUs/HistoryofDepartment/TheCustomHouse/. Train or DART to Connolly Station or Tara St. No Parking.
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