Dublin Cathedrals
The Irish capital is unique in having two medieval cathedrals, Christ Church (the diocesian church) and St Patrick's (the National cathedral), both of which are now Anglican / Church of Ireland in a largely Catholic city.

Consequently there is also a third cathedral, St Mary's, which serves the Roman Catholic Dublin Archdiocese and was built in the early 20th century in neo-classical style (there was a service in progress when I visited so I have no photos of this cathedral).
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