great place to check out in Dublin. it has an amazing library. but there is a wait. The grounds are free to visit and take pictures. the buildings and the lawn are very nice. if you are interested in education and history definitely a place to go. they have student tours aswell.
Trinity College's library is a must-see place for tourists, but in line, we gave up. It is said that the treasure of the town hall inside is the Bible on sheepskin made more than 1,000 years ago. Library tickets are 11 euros. Trinity College also has other different fee-based tours. The most common one is TRINITY TOURS, which is 13 euros per person. It gathers in front of billboards every 20 to 30 minutes. Young guides wear college dresses and are courteous. A dozen or so people go with the guides for half an hour, excluding libraries. In front of some major buildings, you can listen to the explanation. English is not good or history knowledge is not enough, the effect of listening is limited. Sany College, young and old Xianyi, take a look, ancient buildings, sculptures, and wedding photos, tired can rest on the lawn, there are cafes.
The old library of St. Trinity College is a landmark building in Dublin. It has a history of more than 300 years and is the pride of St. Trinity University. The famous Kells Holy Book is a handbook of clay and gold decoration. Two volumes of it will be displayed on the first floor at the same time. Photographs are strictly forbidden here. The librarian's hall on the second floor is about 65 meters long. It shocks nearly 200,000 of the oldest books in the library. It also shows the oldest Harp in Ireland and the Declaration of Independence of the Republic of Ireland in 1916. Photographs can be taken here but flashes are prohibited. Up to now, there are nearly three million books in the eight buildings of the library.
St. Trinity College, founded by Elizabeth I in 1592, is one of the top universities in Ireland and even the world. It is located in the center of Dublin. Most of the buildings in the Institute have maintained the style of the eighteenth century and are full of a strong sense of history. Especially the library of Santa Trinity College is the essence. It has a famous collection of the Kells Sutra, a 65-meter hall on the second floor, with nearly 200,000 ancient books on display, and its wine-barrel vault is magnificent.
St. Trinity College, founded by Elizabeth I in 1592, is one of the top universities in Ireland and even in the world. It is well-known in academic circles as Cambridge and Oxford University in Britain. The campus is home to Dublin's most enchanted buildings, of which the Academy Library is the oldest library in Ireland, founded in 1592. The library collects the oldest books of St. Trinity College. There are more than 200,000 books in the library, including classical Irish books such as The Book of Kells and The Book of Duro. St. Trinity College is also the spiritual symbol of Irish people. It has trained many famous Irish figures, including Jonathan Hayward, the famous Irish biographer, Oliver Hayward, Goldsmith, Oscar Hayward, Wilde, Douglas Hyde, the first president of Ireland and so on. The buildings, sculptures and gardens of the College are all very good and worth visiting.
The Library of St. Trinity College can be described as magnificent atmosphere. The glass display cabinet in the middle is music score. There are sculptures of celebrities on both sides and high bookshelves. Many students have to step on the ladder to pick up books at the end. The tone of the whole color is mainly brown and golden, luxurious and classical. The atmosphere of the British College is strong and worth walking around.
At Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland, there is a library for Harry Potter to study magic. There is a secret of Voldemort's immortality hidden in the Moher Cliff in Ligaway. It belongs to Ireland's culture and scenery. Its freshness and magnificence are all connected by Harry Potter's magic world. Surprisingly, the Kells book in Santa Trinity College has a fabulous page of pictures and Latin script. Just listen to a professor and friend, the craftsman who makes this book is better off living than dying, and is creating with his life. In the Middle Ages, 18-year-old men were middle-aged and 20-year-olds were old people. The Kells books were written by these middle-aged and old people, and their wives were amazing.
The campus is very beautiful. Walking around the university, the places with students are very energetic. Book of Kell has a long queue and doesn't go in. He bought many interesting things in the souvenir store. The lunch at Buttery restaurant in the student canteen is very cheap and delicious. It's very good.
In the center of Dublin, it should be the most charming ancient building complex in Dublin. See a lot of impulse to return to campus. An ancient building, I heard that this is a well-known university with the same name as Oxford and Cambridge, the school is too beautiful.