Far from their humble origins as stabling for the horses and carriages of the capital city’s gentry, Dublin’s secluded mews residences are home to some of the country’s wealthiest citizens keen to enjoy the central location and privacy they afford beyond their high, stoney walls.
Henry VIII is responsible for the change of approach, moving his hawk cages, or ‘mews’, from one location in London to another, replacing the...
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