Neoclassical 1740 – 1900

Neoclassical architecture is an architectural style produced by the neoclassical movement that began in the mid-18th century. In its purest form, it is a style principally derived from the buildings found in ancient Greece and Rome.

Mussenden Temple, Castlerock. County Derry 1785

2020-04-29T13:44:37+00:00

One of Northern Ireland's most iconic and photographed buildings  The Mussenden Temple was built in 1785 and forms part of the estate of Frederick Augustus Hervey 'the Earl Bishop', Bishop of Derry and [...]

Mussenden Temple, Castlerock. County Derry 17852020-04-29T13:44:37+00:00

The Bishops Palace, Armagh City. 1770

2020-04-28T22:04:27+00:00

A grade 'A' listed building fit for a Bishop & The ancient seat of St. Patrick The Bishop's Palace in Armagh is a beautiful Neoclassical building situated in 300 acres of parkland. This [...]

The Bishops Palace, Armagh City. 17702020-04-28T22:04:27+00:00

The Bishop’s Palace. Waterford City 1741

2020-05-04T12:42:28+00:00

One of the finest early Georgian houses in Ireland & the oldest piece of Waterford Glass The Bishop’s Palace in Waterford City was built in 1741 to the designs of the famous architect [...]

The Bishop’s Palace. Waterford City 17412020-05-04T12:42:28+00:00

Collins Barracks, Arbour Hill. Dublin City 1702

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One of the largest barracks in Europe, Michael Collins & rare collections of artifacts Collins Barracks is located on Arbour Hill in Dublin City on a site originally earmarked for a mansion for [...]

Collins Barracks, Arbour Hill. Dublin City 17022020-05-02T14:17:48+00:00