During the 18th century, much of the Medieval remnants of Dublins past were replaced with the wide boulevards, graceful bridges and stately buildings that you can still see today. This period of growth is known as the Georgian Era, so named after the kings in Britain at the time. Most famously, the Georgian Era has blessed Dublin with beautiful doors throughout the city and particularly in the area behind Trinity College knows as Merrion Square.
It is very interesting to walk and breath past age culture in Dublin, just enought to explore city centre paths. The picture shows a neighbourhood north the Liffey around James Joyce centre.