Ireland Swimming & Diving Photo Gallery #3 Irish tour the sights of Dublin.
Jan. 7, 2005
On Monday, the Irish took the day off from training to tour and shop in downtown Dublin, first gathering here prior to taking the tour of the Guinness Brewery.
Sophomore Tim Kegelman studying the history of the Guinness Brewery.
Interacting with the exhibit on fermentation in the Guinness Brewery are (from left) sophomore Louis Cavadini, freshman Mike Maggio, and senior David Moisan.
A series of Irish sophomores counting down to St. Patrick's Day: (from left) Ted Brown, Louis Cavadini, Brendan Whalen, Alan Carter, Nick Fanslau, Tim Kegelman, and David Hochstetler.
Junior Doug Bauman engrossed in an audio-visual exhibit at the Guinness Brewery.
A hallway in Kilmainham Gaol (pronounced like jail), which housed virtually every important figure in the struggle for Irish independence and served as the place of execution for many.
Junior Tim Randolph and freshman Rob Seery taking photographs in Kilmainham Gaol.
The Irish looking around what tour guide Conor claims is the most important site in Irish history, the courtyard in Kilmainham Gaol where the leaders of the 1916 revolution were killed, which led to a groundswell of public support that was the impetus for Ireland finally gaining independence in 1922.
Freshman divers Chris Kane (left) and Mike Maggio find themselves inside a cell at Kilmainham Gaol.
The modern portion of the Kilmainham Gaol allowed guards to see every cell at one time.
Freshman Andrew MacKay (left) and senior David Moisan peer out of a Kilmainham cell.
Sophomore Brian Freeman (left) and freshmen Jay Vanden Berg (middle) and Dean Fernandez on the same chopping block that saw the end of Irish freedom fighter Robert Emmett.