Saturday August 15, 2020

Capital victory for Yes camp in Dublin

St Patrick’s Hall, a magnificent chamber in the heart of Dublin Castle, is used by the Irish state to entertain presidents and premiers, and also serves as the venue for formal state functions and presidential inaugurations.

3rd October, 2009

St Patrick’s Hall, a magnificent chamber in the heart of Dublin Castle, is used by the Irish state to entertain presidents and premiers, and also serves as the venue for formal state functions and presidential inaugurations.

Yesterday, it became the central count centre for the Lisbon Treaty referendum, a national focal point where all the results from around the country would be collated and officially announced in a showpiece finish.

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