Dublin Customs Building is one of Dublin's landmark buildings. It is located on the famous River Lifei. Originally used by the Customs, it is now the Dublin Government Office Building. It is not open to the outside world. The building itself is very characteristic and heroic. It is a beautiful scenery along the Lifei River.
Always feel that this kind of classical architecture at night looks more mysterious, pull you back to the medieval catch-up. In IFSC, Dublin1, it's obvious that I wanted to take a positive panorama across the river. Unfortunately, road construction is under way by the river. Next time.
Don't miss it. Walk along the river and go home. When you see such a beautiful and magnificent building, of course, you have to stop to take pictures and explore again. The sign at the door said that it was the old customs building. Now, I don't remember what it is.
The Custom House is often considered architecturally the most important building in Dublin and is sited on the river front with Beresford Place to the rear. The Custom House was the first major public building built in Dublin as an isolated structure with four monumental façades. The previous Custom House by Thomas Burgh and built in 1707 was sited up river at Essex Quay and was judged as unsafe just seventy years later. The site chosen for the new Custom House met with much opposition from city merchants who feared that its move down river would lessen the value of their properties while making the property owners to the east wealthier.
It is strongly recommended that this night view is not even a scenic spot. My little companion and I were walking back to our hostel at about ten o'clock. When we crossed the river, we happened to walk beside the customs building. Both of us were shocked at the first glance. At night, Dublin has few pedestrians and cars. It's also convenient to take photos and the buildings reflected on the water are like castles. Those who like photography are especially beautiful if they don't mix anything.
The bus from Beifa to Dublin, the nearest first attraction after getting off the bus, is also the first impression of Dublin. It's amazing, magnificent, with the genes of European architecture, especially around the river, there's another feeling. The name of the river has been forgotten. Crossing Dublin gives me the feeling of Tianjin.