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  1. Dublin Writers Museum

    The Irish literary tradition is one of the most illustrious in the world, famous for four Nobel Prize winners and for many other writers of international renown. In 1991, the Dublin Writers Museum was opened to house a history and celebration of literary Dublin.
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  2. Kerry Library

    The Kerry Library provides a public library service with nine branches throughout the county. The locations are: Ballybunion, Castleisland, Cahersiveen, Dingle, Kenmare, Killarney, Killorglin, Tralee and Listowel. Read more

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  3. Wexford Town Library

    Wexford County Library service has its headquarters in Wexford Town, just off Redmond Square. The library offers a comprehensive range of services and is home to about 300,000 volumes. Read more

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  4. Drumcliffe Church

    The village of Drumcliffe, County Sligo is famous for being the final resting place of W.B.Yeats, whose grave is in the churchyard under a simple headstone. The village is also home to the site of a 6th Century monastery. Read more

  5. Kilkenomics Economics Festival

    Kilkenomics brings together some of the world's leading economists, financial analysts and media commentators with some of our funniest, sharpest standup comedians. Dates to be confirmed. Read more

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  6. Kiltartan Gregory Museum

    The award-winning Kiltartan Gregory Museum was originally a schoolhouse built on the instructions of Sir William Gregory. Located near Gort, County Galway, it features the works of Lady Gregory, Yeats and local memorabilia. Read more

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  7. Royal Irish Academy

    Found on Dawson Street in the very heart of Dublin City, the Royal Irish Academy promotes scholarship and learning in science and the humanities. It is home to one of Ireland's premier research libraries, with a range of activities and collections. Read more

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  8. Pearse Street Library

    Dating back to 1909, Pearse Street Library houses The Dublin Collection, which comprises Dublin and daily newspapers and periodicals dating from the 18th century. This Dublin City library is intended for students, researchers and the public. Read more

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  9. Seanchaí – Kerry Literary & Cultural Centre

    Located in a beautifully restored 19th Century Georgian residence next to Listowel Castle, in Listowel’s magnificent square, Seanchaí – Kerry Literary and Cultural Centre portrays the lives of north Kerry’s famous writers in a unique audio - visual experience. Writers featured include John B. Keane, Bryan MacMahon, Brendan Kennelly, George Fitzmaurice and Maurice Walsh.
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  10. Book of Kells

    The Book of Kells was written around the year 800 AD and is one of the most beautifully illuminated manuscripts in the world. It is kept at Trinity College in Dublin city centre. Read more

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