Royal City of Dublin Hospital

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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[edit]

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] Attending consultant surgeons included anatomist John Houston.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dublin People article
  2. ^ irish-architecture.com
  3. ^ Davis Coakley (1995). Baggot Street: A Short History of the Royal City of Dublin Hospital
  4. ^ https://archive.org/details/b21476007

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Coordinates: 53°20′02″N 6°14′38″W / 53.333769°N 6.243982°W / 53.333769; -6.243982