Dedicated to a minority faith—the Church of Ireland—this landmark cathedral was founded around 1038 by Donat, Dublin's first bishop, and Sitric, the Norse King of Dublin. Seek out its most famous treasure in the nave, the tomb of Anglo-Norman invader Strongbow, and descend into its vast underground crypt. Next door is Dublinia, an interactive center that tells the story of the Viking and medieval city.
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