Chapel of the Rotunda Hospital
Parnell Square, Dublin Route Planner
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Rotunda Hospital is a maternity hospital, still in use, built in 1752 by Richard Castle at a time when the infant mortality rate was extremely high. The exuberant Rococo chapel is decorated with superb stuccowork by Barthelemy Cramillion and mahogany carvings by John Kelly.


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