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.