Today we feature a night-time composition of the Four Courts at Inns Quay, Dublin city by photographer Trish Punch. Construction of The Four Courts started in 1786 and it took over 16 years to build. Much of it was destroyed in 1922 during the Irish civil war but it has been fully restored and is still in use today. The Supreme Court, High Court, and Dublin Circuit Court remain housed there but the Central Criminal Court was relocated in 2010. Trish has expertly captured the magnificence of this historic building.
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- Mark Sheils
Founder, Picture Ireland