Bank of Ireland, College Green, Dublin - 16
A painting of the old Bank of Ireland building on College Green, Dublin. It was the former seat of the Irish Parliament until 1802 when it was abolished under the Act of Union. The building dates back to 1729 and one of its unique features is its lack of glazed windows on the front of the building. This is because when the building was being built, a Window Tax was in force within Britain and Ireland – so the intended windows were blocked in and meant to be glazed at a later date, to cut costs.
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