Category:St. Audoen's Church, Cornmarket

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English: St. Audoen's Church at Cornmarket, Dublin, is the only surviving medieval parish church in Dublin. It is a building with a complex history whose heritage includes a late Romanesque doorway, Gothic architectural elements like the arcade dividing the nave from c. 1300, 19th-century remodellings that included the battlements of the tower, and recent restorations including the reroofing of the southern half of the nave. See Mary McMahon: St Audoen's Church, Cornmarket, Dublin: Archaeology and Architecture, ISBN 0-7557-7315-2.


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