Saint Patricks Cathedral Trim
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St Loman Street, Trim, Meath, Republic of Ireland
St. Patrick’s Cathedral of Trim, County Meath, is found on an historic site with a 15th-century stone tower. The present church was built in 1803.
In the town of Trim, County Meath, people can visit St. Patrick’s Cathedral, which was built in 1803 on an historic site boasting a 15th-century stone tower.
Although bishops have been enthroned here since 1536, it was not raised to full Cathedral status until 1955. The present building features the first stained glass window that Edward Burne-Jones designed. The church porch and grounds contain a number of medieval graveslabs.