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  1. National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Walk into the National Museum of Ireland on Kildare Street and you are magically transported back in time. A stroll through time will take you all the way back to 7,000 BC. Read more

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  2. Charles Stewart Parnell

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Charles Stewart Parnell was the leader of the Irish Party in the House of Commons in London and in 1879 became the president of the Irish Land League. A bronze statue on O'Connell Street, Dublin commemorates him. Read more

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  3. Royal Hibernian Academy

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The Royal Hibernian Academy (RHA) in Dublin City, is an institution dedicated to developing, affirming and challenging the public's appreciation and understanding of traditional and innovative approaches to the visual arts. Read more

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  4. St Patrick's Cathedral

    Dublin City, Dublin

    St Patrick’s Cathedral is one of Dublin’s most popular attractions. Built between 1220 and 1260 the Cathedral is one of the few buildings left from the medieval city of Dublin. Read more

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  5. Merrion Square

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The elegant Merrion Square, in Dublin City, is adorned by an attractive public park and retains much of its Georgian character. Read more

  6. The Ark

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The Ark is a gorgeous, purpose-built arts venue in the heart of Dublin’s Temple Bar, where children aged 2 -12 can explore theatre, music, literature, art, film, dance and more. Read more

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  7. Adelaide Road Presbyterian Church

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The Presbyterian Church on Adelaide Road in Dublin City Centre was built in 1840. The two-tiered gallery church boasts a rare early-19th century interior in a simple Greek-revival style. Read more

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  8. Findlater Church

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The present Abbey Church at Parnell Square in Dublin City Centre was constructed thanks to the generosity of wine merchant Alexander Findlater. With its 55m spire, it’s a landmark of the square and is referred to in the works of James Joyce. Read more

  9. Dublin City Hall

    Dublin City, Dublin

    City Hall is an outstanding example of Georgian architecture, for which Dublin is world renowned. Built between 1769 and 1779 as the Royal Exchange, it was purchased by Dublin Corporation in 1851. The restored rotunda is an excellent venue for banquets and receptions. Read more

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  10. Greek Orthodox Church

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The Greek Orthodox Church of the Annunciation is located in Dublin City Centre. The building previously served as a schoolhouse under the British army and now, it features a stunning interior modelled on a 14th-century basilica in Kalambaka, Greece. Read more

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