TCD unveils renovation of its oldest building, once a murder scene

Ireland“Trinity College Dublin’s oldest building, and the scene of the university’s only known murder, has reopened following a €12.5 million restoration, conservation and modernisation programme. The Rubrics building, ‘Ireland’s oldest surviving purpose-built residential building’, according to the university, was built between 1699 and 1705 and has since been in continuous use for housing …” (more)

[Olivia Kelly, Irish Times, 24 February]

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