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  • 76. Dublin's Last Supper

    John Byrne is an Irish artist who created an artwork... on a wall in the courtyard of Quartier Bloom. The piece called "Dublin's Last Supper" was put there in 2004 and it is 9 x 2 m, it mimics the...

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  • 77. St. Stephen's Green Shopping Centre

    4 out of 5 stars

    I was surprised to discover that this wonderful building in Grafton Street was St. Stephen's Green Shopping Center. Now i am not suggesting that you come here for shopping as this something i like to...

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  • 78. Sunlight Chambers

    4 out of 5 stars

    If there is one building that you must see while walking along the river you won't be far wrong by taking a look at Sunlight Chambers, built in a romantic Italianate style with wide overhanging...

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  • 79. Brazen Head pub

    This is the oldest pub in Ireland which stretches back to the 11th century. The staff are friendly and there is a great atmospheric.The pub is surprisingly large and has both internal and external...

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  • 80. Huguenot Cemetery

    I saw the cemetery marked on the tourist map; sadly it is closed to the public. This small cemetery is one of a few around Europe which were used by the French Protestants, the Huguenots, who were...

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  • 81. DART aka Dublin Area Rapid Transport

    If you wish to explore all the small cosy fishing towns and villages along the Dublin Bay, then it is a good idea to buy a day card on the local train, the DART. The DART travels all along the bay,...

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  • 82. Musical Pub Crawl

    We enjoyed going on the Literary Pub Crawl so much that we decided to give the traditional music one a try, and we were not disappointed! The Musical Pub Crawl starts at the Oliver St. John Gogarty...

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  • 83. 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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  • 84. Kavanagh's Benches

    A Monaghan born poet called Patrick Kavanagh made this Canal famous when in the twentieth century he depicted the Canal as a place of solitude and reflection. In one of those poems, Kavanagh asked...

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  • 85. Mansion House

    4 out of 5 stars

    The Lord Mayor's Residence, since 1715. Mansion House was originally constructed as a private dwelling by property developer Joshua Dawson, after whom Dawson Street is named. He sold it to the...

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  • 86. Sandeman's Free Walking Tour

    We only had a weekend in Dublin so were keen to experience and see as much of the city as possible in this time. We found details of a free walking tour run by Sandemans New Europe, and having...

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  • 87. James Joyce Tower and Museum

    If your a fan of James Joyce then this is the place to go. The tower was orginally built in 1804. It now houses the Joyce Museum and contains first editions of most of Joyces work. The cost to enter...

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  • 88. Presdiential Residence

    Find your way into the park and beside the Presidents House is the visitors centre. Every Saturday from 9.30 to 15.30 in the winter and 10.30 to 16.30 in the summer the visitors centre arranges tours...

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  • 89. Newman University Church and House

    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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  • 90. George Bernard Shaw's Birthplace and Home - closed

    Shaw's Birthplace Sometimes overshadowed by more celebrated Irish authors, George Bernard Shaw was, however, a Nobel prize winner and author of many plays, including Pygmalion. He was born and spent...

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  • 91. Dublin Bay Cruise

    I went back to Dublin in July 2014 and I did not regret my choice to go on a sea-trip with Dublin Bay Cruises. The cruises start from a central location close to the Samuel Beckett Bridge in Dublin...

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  • 92. Northside Dublin Ghost Tour

    One of the fun little excursions I took during my time in Dublin was the Northside Dublin Ghost Tour. I had the honor and pleasure of having John as our fabulous guide who knew the haunted history of...

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  • 93. Moore Street Market

    In the area to the west of O’Connell Street, on the north bank of the Liffey, you will find an important shopping area: the most important one of the city. Henry Street is the mainstreet here: full of...

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  • 94. 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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  • 95. Jim Larkin statue

    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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  • 96. Farmleigh

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Farmleigh House, which is situated on the northwestern side of Phoenix Park, was bought by the Irish State from the Guinness family. The house is used for government meetings and to accommodate guests...

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  • 97. Little Museum of Dublin

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    This was a pleasant find, and it is well worth a visit. There are both permanent and visiting exhibitions, and it does justice to the Republic of Ireland even if it is in a very small space. The...

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  • 98. Gallery of Photography

    4 out of 5 stars

    At Meeting House Square i saw several strange looking sculpture and thought no more about it as they were outside the Gallery of Photography but these sculptures turned out to be giant umbrellas that...

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  • 99. Dublin Civic Museum - closed 2003

    The Dublin Civic Museum The homeliest museum in Dublin as it deals exclusively with things Dublin. The items on display change often but for true Dubs the most poignant exhibit is the battered stone...

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  • 100. Wicklow Mountains

    Wicklow Mountains National Park form the largest continous upland area in Ireland. It is a chain of small "mountains" with the highest peak of 925 meters. The park houses the tallest waterfall in...

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