St Audoen's Catholic Church
St Audoen's Church of Ireland
Two churches, side-by-side, each bearing the same name, a tribute to St Audoen, the 7th-century bishop of Rouen (aka Ouen) and patron...
Dublinia & the Viking World
A must for the kids, the old Synod Hall, added to Christ Church Cathedral during its late-19th-century restoration, is home to the...
Fishamble St, Dublin's oldest street, dates back to Viking times. Brass symbols in the pavement direct you towards a mosaic, just...
Reputedly Dublin's oldest pub, the Brazen Head has been serving thirsty patrons since 1198 when it set up as a Norman tavern. It's a bit...
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St Audoen's Catholic Church information
Attached to the medieval St Audoen's Church of Ireland is the bigger 19th-century Catholic St Audoen's, which in 2006 was handed over to the Polish chaplaincy.