Custom House, Dublin reflected in the River Liffey
Custom House, Dublin, by architect James Gandon. The building was used to collect custom duties, but by the 20th century it had become a local government building until it was burned down during the War of Independence or Anglo-Irish War.Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download
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