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  • 76. Number 29

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Do you want to see a tipycal georgian house and know how a family lived in the XVIII century? Then come to Merrion Square, and in one corner you can visit the number 29. You have to enter through the...

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  • 77. Tourism Centre

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Housed in the former St Andrews Church, near Grafton Street, this is Dublins main Tourist Information Centre. I'd made 2 previous attempts to this TIC, hoping to get a copy of the Rock n Stroll trail,...

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  • 78. Newman

    The church was constructed in the gardens beside and behind number 87 St Stephen's Green. The house itself, unfortunately no longer in the possession of the church having served as its presbytery...

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  • 79. Jim Larkin

    james larkin was born in liverpool in 1876 of irish parents. he was an irish trade union leader and a socialist activist. larkin emigrated to the united states in 1914 and became a member of the...

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  • 80. Collins Barracks

    I go to Dublin fairly regularly as I live in Meath and Collin's Barracks is still the one place I gravitate to when I want to see or do something. I have been in it so many times and as of yet I still...

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  • 81. Natural Museum of Decorative Arts & History

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The Collins barracks which provide the home for this museum does not lend itself easily to the display of large items. This problem has bee solved, in part, by the building of a small modern...

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  • 82. Pro Cathedral

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    I had visited St Patricks Cathedral on the last day of our visit only to find that it was the original Catholic Cathedral but during the time of the Reformation it had been taken by the British and...

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  • 83. Croke Park

    Croke Park, named after ArchBishop Croke the first patron of the Gaelic Athletic Association, is the finest stadium in Ireland and a place of pilgrimage for followers of gaelic games, by far the most...

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  • 84. Wax Museum

    The museum is easy to spot from the outside as it has a great big model of a ginat climbing up the outside. A lot of the figures are more relevant to Irish history but there are also the obligatory...

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  • 85. Millenium Bridge

    Millenium Bridge The latest bridge build over the Liffey....Because of the neccesary renovation of the Ha┬┤penny Bridge another bridge was needed to connect the north and the south of the city for the...

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  • 86. Rotunda Hospital

    Rotunda Hospital was founded In 1745 by a surgeon Bartholomew Mosse as a maternity training hospital, the first of its kind. Officially was named the Dublin Lying-in Hospital. Twelve years after it...

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  • 87. The Tart with the Cart Statue

    In Dublin's fair city, where the girls are so pretty, I first set my sights on sweet Molly Malone.... Dublin has many statues, some have been given nicknames by the locals....this one is The tart...

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  • 88. Gallery of Photography

    The Gallery of Photography is situated in Temple Bar and is worth a stop when you are in the area (and otherwise as well). On the ground floor there is a shop selling books with great photos and...

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  • 89. Theatre

    Who said the arts were boring and old-fashioned? Go and see a concert or play when you're in Dublin: the cultural scene in this city is booming! There's so much (young) talent here that there's no...

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  • 90. James Joyce Tower

    The James Joyce Centere is dedicated to promoting an understanding of the life and works of James Joyce. It is seated in a restored 18th century Georgian townhouse, dating from the time when the north...

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  • 91. St Anne's Park

    Big park located in Raheny....which is on the DART line (yes the big green train).... Beutiful park...has a big kids playground..big rose gardens...lots of soccer and gaa pitches and also has a golf...

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  • 92. St Werburgh's Church

    St Werburgh's Church Dublin is not short of ecclesiastical sites to visit but by far my favourite is this often overlooked church, a mere minute's walk from Christchurch Cathedral. For those...

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  • 93. Findlater's Church

    Findlater's Church was designed in 1863 by the scottish architect Andrew Heiton in a French Gothic style. It is on Parnell Square North besides the Writers Museum. At the beginning it was the Abbey...

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  • 94. National Botanic Gardens

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    the national botanical gardens, glasnevin cemetery and the gravediggers pub - all within five minutes of each in glasnevin which is about a 15 bus ride from o'connell st. glasnvein cemetery is as...

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  • 95. National Concert Hall

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The National Concert Hall has some good concerts but the facilities are dreadful! When I was there, there were only 3 working toilets in the ladies upstairs with about 550 seats. I know it's quite...

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