This is where the inquest into the sinking of the Lusitania was held.
As promised, Thursday Doors this week comes from Kinsale in county Cork. The photo above is of the Courthouse and Regional Museum. It was originally built around 1600, with a further addition in 1706, and deserves a post all to itself. Unfortunately, as some of you might already know, I have a habit of spending so much time taking photographs that I usually miss the last tour of any historic building I am visiting. The Courthouse tour ends at 2pm, which is pretty early, so I had lunch instead. Next time I’ll make sure to get there well before the last tour 🙂
The images in these two slideshows are mostly of street scenes and some very colourful properties, with a couple of shots of the marina included – and a red door (or two).
Interesting video on Youtube about Charles Fort and the Battle of Kinsale.
Well, that’s all for now, but I’ll be continuing my tour of Kinsale next week, with another batch of colourful buildings. Thanks for your visit to my blog and if you head on over to Norm’s, there are lots of interesting Thursday Doors waiting for you there.