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  1. Oo le dimanche, 11 octobre 2009 à 16:47
  2. Bonjour Gizmo,

    Tu est bien sur le bon site mais je fais un peu de rangement dans mes URLs :)

    http://www.1001photos.fr c’est l’URL a retenir pour notre jeu.

    Pour te répondre, c’est une très bonne réponse, et voici le descriptif en anglais :

    The Custom House

    The Custom House (Irish: Teach an Chustaim) is a neoclassical 18th century building in Dublin, Ireland which houses the Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government. It is located on the north bank of the River Liffey, on Custom House Quay between Butt Bridge and Talbot Memorial Bridge.[1]

    It was designed by James Gandon to act as the new custom house for Dublin Port and was his first large scale commission. For his assistants Gandon chose Irish artists such as Meath stone-cutter Henry Darley, mason John Semple and carpenter Hugh Henry. Every available mason in Dublin was engaged in the work. When it was completed and opened for business on the 7th November 1791, it cost £200,000 to build – a huge sum at the time. The four facades of the building are decorated with coats-of-arms and ornamental sculptures (by Edward Smyth) representing Ireland’s rivers. Another artist, Henry Banks, was responsible for the statue on the dome and other statues.[1]

    As the port of Dublin moved further downriver, the building’s original use for collecting custom duties became obsolete, and it was used as the headquarters of local government in Ireland. During the Anglo-Irish War in 1921, the Irish Republican Army burnt down the Custom House, in an attempt to disrupt British rule in Ireland. Gandon’s original interior was completely destroyed in the fire and the central dome collapsed. A large quantity of irreplaceable historical records were also destroyed in the fire, including parish records of Irish births, marriages and deaths going back in some cases to the Middle Ages. Despite achieving its objectives, the attack on the Custom House was a disaster for the IRA because a large number of its members were captured fleeing the scene.[2]

    After the Anglo-Irish Treaty, it was restored by the Irish Free State government. The results of this reconstruction can still be seen on the building’s exterior today – the dome was rebuilt using Irish Ardbraccan limestone which is noticeably darker than the Portland stone used in the original construction. This was done as an attempt to promote Irish resources.

    Further restoration and cleaning of the stonework was done by an Office of Public Works team in the 1980s.

    La suite sur Wikipédia. Merci à Elemaki pour cette belle photo !

    A demain pour une nouvelle aventure.

  3. Gizmo le dimanche, 11 octobre 2009 à 15:01
  4. Bonjour Oo,
    Je ne sais pas si je suis toujours sur le bon site, mais je propose la Custom House, à Dublin, en Irlande…
    ;)

  5. Oo le dimanche, 11 octobre 2009 à 13:27
  6. Bonjour à tous,

    Voici l’indice du jour :

    Ce pays a un drapeau tricolore !

    Bon courage !

  7. Oo le samedi, 10 octobre 2009 à 12:29
  8. Bonjour à tous,

    Voici l’indice du jour !

    Le pays où se trouve ce monument est une île !

    Bon courage à tous.


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321e édition

Posté le : 9 octobre, 2009 
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Bonjour les amis,

Voici la 321e édition de notre fameux jeu !

Bonne chasse à tous !

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