Unitarian Church door
Franciscan Church plaque
Lutheran Church inscription
St Michael’s Church door
Roman Catholic parochial house door
Obelisk commemorating the visit of the emperor. Built in 1831.
Obelisk detail by Austrian sculptor Josef Klieber. The emperor and his wife visit the city hospital. Note the gas lamp.
The original arms of the city
Plaque commemorating the visit of Emperor Francis I and Princess Caroline Augusta to ‘Claudiopolis’ in 1817
Downpatrick is one of the finest 18th-century T-shaped meeting-houses in Ireland. Built in 1711 at the start of the ministry of the Rev Thomas Nevin, a pioneer Non-Subscribing Presbyterian minister who became a founder member of the Presbytery of Antrim, the church is one of the most notable buildings in this part of county Down.
It is not a new thing but it is worth flagging up the 360 degree virtual tour of the interior which was put online courtesy of VirtualVisitTours. The panoramic view can be explored here:
The Orthodox and Roman Catholic Cathedrals
Roman Catholic Cathedral
Diocesan noticeboard in four languages
The Archbishop greets us
Tomb of King John II Sigismund
Tomb of Queen Isabella Jagiellon