Royal City of Dublin Hospital

Royal City of Dublin Hospital

Royal City of Dublin Hospital, Baggot Street

The Royal City of Dublin Hospital on Upper Baggot Street, Dublin, Ireland, was built in 1832.[1] Its facade is of red brick and terracotta tiles, set back from the street.

History

The hospital was built to the designs of the architect Albert E. Murray in 1832.[2] The hospital was first called Baggot Street Hospital and later renamed to The Royal City of Dublin Hospital in 1900.[3]

References

  1. ^ Dublin People article
  2. ^ irish-architecture.com
  3. ^ Davis Coakley (1995). Baggot Street: A Short History of the Royal City of Dublin Hospital

External links

  • Hospital mentioned in Seanad (Irish Senate) discussion in 1987
  • Stroke Rehabilitation unit based at the hospital