5 unusual buildings to look out for in Dublin

1) Busáras

An important building of course, but its design is quite unusual. Look at the overhang that resembles frilly corrugated tin. It was designed by Irish architect Michael Scott with a modern international style in mind, heavily influenced by architectural giant Le Corbusier. Finished in 1953, it took eight years to build.


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Central Bus Station, 22 Store Street

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