The Long Room, Trinity College, Dublin. The main chamber of the Old Library, the Long Room, is nearly 65 meters in length, and houses around 200,000 of the library’s older books. In 1860, the roof was raised to allow the construction of the present barrel-vaulted ceiling and gallery bookcases. Marble busts are placed down either side of the room which also contains the older surviving harp in Ireland.

The Poulnabrone Dolman in the heart of the Burren, County Clare, Ireland.

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