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Irish practice wins international architectural competition

Daly Architects has been chosen as the winner of an international architectural competition to design a chapel to commemorate the 232 people who died in the 1916 Easter Week Rising.

2nd February, 2014

Daly Architects, an architectural practice based in Rathgar in Dublin, has been chosen as the winner of an international architectural competition to design a chapel to commemorate the 232 people who died in the 1916 Easter Week Rising and who were interred in Glasnevin Cemetery.

Some 131 were buried in a mass grave on the site chosen for this chapel in the St Paul's cemetery area of Glasnevin Cemetery, while the remainder were interred in family graves...

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