Saint Fin Barre's Cathedral, (Irish: Ardeaglais Naomh Fionnbarra) is a cathedral of the Church of Ireland in Cork city, Ireland. Begun in 1863, the cathedral was the first major work of the Victorian architect William Burges. Building work took seven years before Divine Service was held in the
catherdral in 1870. Building, carving and decoration continued into the
20th century, long after Burges's death in 1881.