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Newly Built Romanian Orthodox Church using Dryseal

Contractor

Mihai Oprisan

For 20 years, there has been a Romanian Orthodox Church presence in Dublin. In March 2017, the first Mass was held at the newly built Romanian Orthodox Church of the Annunciation, in the presence of the Romanian Ambassador.

The remarkable thing about this building is that the work has substantially been carried out by tradesmen who are Church Parishioners in their spare time and mainly free of charge, including Dryseal Approved Contractor Mihai Oprisan.

Including the cost of purchasing the site and converting the building, an estimated €1 million is needed to be raised within the church community of 250 people and from friends and supporters to complete the finishing of the building.

The building stands as a testament to the hard work and commitment of the parishioners and benefits from the long-term qualities of Dryseal waterproofing.

 

 

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