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St Michael's aka Dublinia ©Richardas Kybartas (
St Michael's aka Dublinia ©Richardas Kybartas (

St Michael’s Tower (now part of the bulding that houses the Dublinia Exhibition) is an original medieval tower from the late 17th century that belonged to the church of St Michael’s Tower the Archangel, which once stood here. Today it hosts an interesting museum that serves as a starting point for many tours of the city.

Many of the interiors in St Michael's Church (which is technically a part of the Christ Church Cathedral, leading to it via the overhead corridoor) remain intact, expecially Synod Hall. 


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