Bishop's Palace Demesne :: Shared Description

The Demesne, covering some 300 acres of undulating parkland and farmland, was created by Archbishop Richard Robinson, 1st Baron Rokeby, who lived between 1708 and 1794. Robinson wanted Armagh to rival Dublin in its architecture and was responsible for founding such notable buildings as the Armagh County Infirmary, Armagh Prison, the Armagh Public Library and the Armagh Observatory. The centre piece of the demesne was, and remains, the Palace - with its surrounding gardens and outbuilding - which was the residence of the Archbishops of the Church of Ireland from 1770 to 1975. The building now houses the Armagh District Council
by Eric Jones
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H8744 : Parkland in the Palace Demesne, Armagh by Eric Jones
H8744 : Rear view of Armagh's Bishop Palace by Eric Jones
H8744 : Trees in the Palace Garden by Eric Jones
H8744 : The Bishop's Palace, Armagh by Eric Jones
H8744 : The Armagh City Hotel by Eric Jones
H8744 : Main entrance to the Palace Demesne by Eric Jones
H8744 : The portico of the Primate's Chapel by Eric Jones
H8745 : Palatial gates leading to See House by Eric Jones
H8744 : The main drive of the Palace Demesne by Eric Jones
H8744 : A nineteenth century glass house in the Archbishop's Palace garden by Eric Jones
H8744 : View across parkland to the former Archbishop's Palace by Eric Jones
H8744 : Tree of Hope in the Palace Gardens by Eric Jones
H8744 : Primate's Chapel Armagh by Eric Jones
H8744 : Formal garden at the Archbishop's Palace by Eric Jones
H8744 : The Palace Demesne Main Gate Lodge by Eric Jones

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Created: Sat, 11 Jun 2016, Updated: Sat, 11 Jun 2016

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