St Patrick s Cathedral, St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin, is the National Church of Ireland. The National Cathedral is also full of decorations and decorations that inspire people's positive energy. In addition to the burial of religious figures in the church, there are also great figures related to Irish history and revolutionary activities. Ireland's first president since independence was also buried in this church. In order to commemorate the centenary of World War I, the TREE OF REMENBRANCE was built in St. Patrick's Church in 2014. The bare trunk implies that war destroys everything. On the small table are cards and pens for writing wishes. There are cards under the tree. People send messages to war victims and pray for peace. St. Patrick's Cathedral also introduces modern technology, with inquiry screens to learn more about the history of churches, earphones to listen to religious bibles, imitation of stained glass window mosaics, and paper and tools for making religious Memorial rubbings. There's WI-FI in the church.
St. Patrick's Church is the most characteristic Church in Ireland. It is the most important church in Ireland. It looks tall, grand and solemn from the outside. There are many statues of celebrities, beautifully decorated. It's also a good choice to go to the garden behind the church, where you can get the best view of the whole church.
This is Ireland's most famous church. It costs 6 euros per person to enter the church. It's nothing compared with Italian and French churches. But there is a commemorative tree symbolizing world peace built in memory of the First World War. You can pick up a leaf-shaped card and write a message on it. It's interesting and worth praying.
St. Patrick's Cathedral was amazing to see. I was lucky enough to see a visiting choir practice their songs and the only way I can describe it is the sound in the cathedral was magical. If this is your first trip to Dublin I highly recommend a stop at St. Patrick's Cathedral. Make sure to check their website to see if there are upcoming performances that you might be able to attend.