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This famous GAA stadium had one of its stands redeveloped in 2007 which spans a whopping 700M and seats 27,000 spectators. Amazing engineering and architecture with its cantilevered design. Can you name it?

Which GAA stadium, opened in 1884, is known as one of the oldest sporting grounds in the world and comprises of four stands – Old Stand / New Stand/ Town End Terrace / Killinan End

The building skyline of this county’s city is dominated by three massive smokestacks from a decommissioned power station. Can you name the county?

The last time this county won an All Ireland was in 2013. It does however boast the architectural beauty of Bunratty Castle, one of the most complete, authentic, medieval and architecturally interesting castles in Ireland. Can you name the county?

This county team dominated football and had a 5-year winning streak. The county also is home to a famous German construction machinery firm – Liebherr

Known as the ‘Monument of Light’ this slender structure very much divides opinion! It was designed by Ian Ritchie Architects, a London-based firm. Can you name the county it is located in?

The GAA was founded in a famous hotel in 1884, in its billiard room, which has been preserved to represent the typical architectural and design features of the era. Can you name the hotel?

St Fin Barre’s Cathedral, designed by the renowned architect William Burges, and constructed between 1863 and 1879 shares is located in the same county with this famous 45,000 seater stadium which was renovated in 2017. Can you name the stadium?

Casement Park stadium in Antrim is currently under consideration for redevelopment as a modern 34,500 capacity stadium. What is its current capacity?

Finally, we have to throw a curve ball and ask an industry related question to finish things off. What is the terminology used to describe the interior virtual tour of existing buildings and stadiums offered by 3DDB which allows users to take a google street type walk around?

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