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Northern Ireland Sights

St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Cathedral

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Updated 04/29/2014

Fodor's Review

The pale limestone St. Patrick's, the seat of a Roman Catholic archdiocese, rises above a hill to dominate the north end of Armagh. The cathedral's rather gloomy interior is enlivened by a magnificent organ, the potential of which is fully realized at services. Construction of the twin-spire structure started in 1840 in the neo-Gothic style, but the Great Famine brought work to a halt until 1854, and it wasn't completed until 1873. An arcade of statues over the main doorway

on the exterior is one of the cathedral's most interesting features. The altar is solid Irish granite and the woodwork is Austrian oak.

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Sight Information

Address:

Cathedral Rd., Armagh, BT61 9DL, Northern Ireland

Phone:

028-3752–2813

Updated 04/29/2014

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