Christopher O’Grady
Architectural & Interior Photographer based in Singapore and Serving Southeast Asia and China

Dublin

Virtual Tour for Il Baccaro in Dublin, Ireland

Virtual Tour for Il Baccaro in Dublin, Ireland

Il Baccaro is an Italian Restaurant in the Temple Bar. An eighteenth century wine cellar in the heart of Dublin hosts this atmospheric Italian tavern since 1997. A romantic restaurant and wine bar tucked into a secluded corner in meeting house square. Authentic Italian food is the order of the day and this charming taverna is a hit with native Italians across the city. You can find a link to their menus here. Click the image below to view the full screen virtual tour [pano...

Virtual Tour of Christ Church Cathedral in Dublin, Ireland

Virtual Tour of Christ Church Cathedral in Dublin, Ireland

Virtual Tour of Christ Church Cathedral in Dublin, Ireland. More info about Christ Church Cathedral: Standing on high ground in the oldest part of Dublin, Christ Church Cathedral is one of the city's finest historic buildings. Part of the Anglican Church of Ireland, the cathedral is the mother church for the diocese of Dublin and Glendalough. It is one of two Protestant cathedrals in Dublin; the other being St. Patrick's Cathedral, just to the south. The first Christianized Danish...

Virtual Tour for The Long Stone in Dublin, Ireland

Virtual Tour for The Long Stone in Dublin, Ireland

Virtual Tour of  The Long Stone in Dublin, Ireland (playing video on TV screens) The long stone pub is one you will remember and it was very cool to create a virtual tour here. The pub was established in 1754 and it is family owned. The interior is absolutely beautiful and it has a large beer garden on the side. The theme is mainly celtic with a real Irish and Viking atmosphere. The Pièce de Résistance is the unique massive fireplace which is a massive sculpture which is supposed to be Balder...

Virtual Tour of McDaids Pub in Dublin, Ireland

Virtual Tour of McDaids Pub in Dublin, Ireland

This virtual tour was interesting to create. If you have a look, I have added video on the tv screen. The building that houses McDaids can be traced back to the late 18th century and is reputed to have housed the City Morgue. It took on it’s more ecclesiastical features when it was taken over by the Moravian Brothers some time later. They developed the practice of standing their corpses in a vertical position and it’s suggested this may be the reason for the very high ceilings in the...