THEME: Dublin has a centuries-old history often interwoven with myths and legends and which testifies to its certain origin around the third century AD. In medieval times the city experienced impressive fortifications that the Anglo-Norman conquerors erected to curb the influence of the Irish natives; imposing religious buildings were built such as the church of Christ and the Cathedral of Saint Patrick. These monuments began to consolidate, over the centuries, the spread of a Georgian style, a fusion of Gothic, Rococo of English origin and Italian-style Palladianism. Exposed bricks are the material that characterizes local buildings, an element of recognition that still shines through walking through the streets of the city. The Ireland Cultural Center will establish a dialogue with the context to give new value to the history of the place. Conferences rooms, workshop spaces, and areas for debates will host meetings in continuity with the cultural influences promoted by writers and artists of the past. A place that will represent the Dublin of the 21st century in continuity with its own tradition.
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