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Spires, gargoyles and pinnacles

ImageThe main spire is surmounted by a cross, six metres in height. It was a gift from the Irish government in 1938.

Gargoyles, a feature of Gothic cathedrals, were once thought of as protecting the building from evil spirits and serve as water spouts.  The pinnacles of the Cathedral point skywards, as a reminder of Heaven.




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