A piece of glass has become a piece of art, a work of art for the city of Dublin.
A small piece of the city’s history has now been preserved in glass for the past 40 years, the Dublin City Council has said.
The glass window in the city hall is believed to be the first in Ireland and was erected in 1884, according to the Council.
The piece of a glass window was first installed in the 1883-84 city council office in the town of Kilkenny and the council has described it as “one of the most beautiful pieces of glass in Dublin”.
The council said it had also had a number of glass windows installed in its offices.
“It was the only glass window we had in the building,” the council said.
“The glass has remained as a piece in glass and is a piece we have always had.
We had several windows in the office, including the one in the basement.”
But we decided not to install a new window, because of the historical value of the building.
“A city councillor from the east, Dermot Farrell, said he had never known of such a glass piece being in Dublin.”
The glass is one of many that have survived the city council’s efforts to preserve the city for its people and the city has also kept a collection of glassware and other items in a secure glass vault.”
It’s very close to the border, so it’s not out of the question that they could have been in the area that it was originally installed.”
The glass is one of many that have survived the city council’s efforts to preserve the city for its people and the city has also kept a collection of glassware and other items in a secure glass vault.
The council is currently working on plans to upgrade the glass windows in Dublin’s public spaces, such as the city centre.
The glass works were the inspiration for the iconic city window, the glass window which now hangs in the Dublin city hall.
“A glass window has a special place in Irish history because it is a symbol of our heritage, of the people who have lived here and worked here for generations,” Mayor of Dublin, Brendan Howlin, said.
“The building of the glass and the subsequent installation of the window is a very special part of our city’s heritage.”