Architecture in Ireland, 1837-1921: A Companion Guide


Drawing together the history of Victorian architecture in Ireland, this book is a gazetteer in the traditional sense, a list of entries for individual buildings on a country by country basis, heavily illustrated and prefaced by useful maps; the index at the back contains a valuable list of Irish Victorian architects and their works. The entries cover all types of buildings, large and small, and reveal an encyclopaedic knowledge of Ireland.

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