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Holy Trinity Church On Father Mathew Quay (Cork City)

Regency Gothic-style Holy Trinity church, begun 1832; Gothic-Revival portico added, 1889; memorial chapel added, 1906, having slate pitched roof, copper roof vent to ridge and stone spire, dressed limestone finish with buttresses and carved pinnacles, Gothic arched windows with curvilinear cusped tracery and hood mouldings, four-centred arched doorway, hood moulding on corbels carved with masks, twinned doors with overpanels having quatrefoil glazed panels and three stained glass panels by Harry Clarke studios in east wall, other windows glazed with plain and coloured glass with undulating lead rods, c. 1960; low limestone boundary wall with iron railings and gates, car park area to rear.



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Taken on June 5, 2012