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  1. Dublin Writers Museum

    Dublin City, Dublin

    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. Temple Bar Gallery and Studios

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Temple Bar Gallery + Studios is a not-for-profit arts organisation dedicated to the practice and promotion of contemporary visual art. It is grant-aided by the Arts Council of Ireland. Read more

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  3. National Print Museum

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The National Print Museum in Dublin City collects, documents, preserves, exhibits, interprets and makes accessible the material evidence of printing craft and fosters associated skills of the craft in Ireland. Read more

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  4. Brickfield Park

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Located in Dublin City, between the Crumlin Road and Mourne Road and to the north of the well known Iveagh Ground lies Brickfield Park. Read more

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  5. Isaac Butt

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Isaac Butt (1813–1879) is regarded as the founder of the Home Rule Movement in Ireland. Born in 1813, Isaac Butt was a politician and nationalist leader. He was a member of the Irish and English Bar, and was a renowned lawyer and scholar.** Read more

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  6. War Memorial Gardens

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Located adjacent to Phoenix Park in Dublin City, the War Memorial Gardens pay tribute to the 49,400 Irish soldiers who died in the war of 1914-1918. In addition to being a place of remembrance, the gardens are of great architectural interest. Read more

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  7. St Mary's Pro Cathedral

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Although Dublin City has not possessed a catholic cathedral for nearly 200 years, St Mary’s has served as the 'mother-church' of the Dublin archdiocese. The church continues to hold services as well as occasional special events. Read more

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  8. Sir Dominic Corrigan

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Sir Dominic Corrigan was a physician specialising in diseases of the aorta. He is famous for discovering 'Corrigans Disease', 'Corrigans Pulse' and 'Corrigans Button'. There is a statue of him in the Great Hall, Royal College of Physicians. Read more

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  9. Eamonn Ceannt Park

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Eamonn Ceannt Park is located between Sundrive Road and Clogher Road, in Dublin City. It includes numerous mature trees, an athletic track, playing fields, tennis courts, children's playground and a state of the art cycling velodrome. Read more

  10. Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Located in Dublin's City Centre, the Hugh Lane Gallery, which is funded by Dublin Corporation, houses one of Ireland's foremost collections of modern and contemporary art. Read more

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