Leinster House

Leinster House, an architectural gem in Ireland, stands as the seat of the Oireachtas, the national parliament.

Leinster House Ireland

Constructed in 1745, it underwent extensive renovation to maintain its original appeal. The extensive conservation project was started in 2017 and concentrated on interior renovation, roofing, and structural repairs. The building’s Georgian grandeur was carefully restored while adding contemporary facilities for parliamentary usage. By ensuring that Leinster House remains a symbol of democracy and a living witness to the political evolution of the country, this undertaking demonstrates a dedication to preserving Ireland’s political heritage.