One last set of window pictures from Dublin. This time they are from the Chester Beatty Library. The pictures were taken in the outside garden by the library, and although this window does not have any glass, it did have beautiful wrought iron details.
A closer look shows the other side of the garden, and the people who pass through it.
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Is it wrong to use a book about whiskey as a beer coaster while watching football on a Sunday afternoon?
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Staying Dublin for my second post on this weeks theme. This time we travel to the old jail outside the city, Kilmainham Gaol.
The first picture is the windows looking down into the courtyard inside the jail. This is where the guards or prisoners with more privilege would keep a watch over the other inmates.
The second is a view from inside a cell. This would be the daily view seen by the prisoners, most notable those incarcerated for the 1916 Easter Rising.
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