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  1. Famine Memorial

    Dublin City, Dublin

    On Custom House Quay, in the Dublin City Docklands, you will see the Famine statues. These haunting figures commemorate the most profound disaster in Irish history, when Ireland lost more than one million citizens to starvation. Read more

  2. Graphic Studio Gallery

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The Graphic Studio Gallery, in the heart of Dublin city in Temple Bar, showcases ten Irish and International fine art printmaking exhibitions annually. The Graphic Studio Gallery aims to promote fine-art printmaking in Ireland and abroad. Read more

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  3. National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts and History

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The National Museum of Ireland-Decorative Arts and History, housed at Collins Barracks Dublin, is home to a wide range of objects, which include weaponry, furniture, silver, ceramics and glassware, as well as examples of folk life and costume. Read more

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  4. 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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  5. James Joyce

    Dublin City, Dublin

    James Joyce was an Irish novelist and poet. There are plaques dedicated to him throughout Dublin on Clanbrassil Street, in Chapelizod, Ormond Quay and Merrion Square Gardens. The Martello Tower in Sandycove is now a museum dedicated to his memory. Read more

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  6. Chester Beatty Library

    Dublin City, Dublin

    European Museum of the Year 2002, Irish Museum of the Year 2000. Situated in the heart of the city centre, the Chester Beatty Library's exhibitions open a window on the artistic treasures of the great cultures and religions of the world. Read more

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  7. 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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  8. The Doorway Gallery

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Dublin’s new and exciting gallery The Doorway Gallery on Frederick Street. A wide range of well renowned Irish artists have exhibited at the Doorway Gallery. Read more

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  9. 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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  10. Patrick Kavanagh

    Dublin City, Dublin

    There are plaques dedicated to the Irish Poet Patrick Kavanagh, at Raglan Road and on Pembroke Road in Dublin. There is also a monument, in the form of a public seat, dedicated to him on the banks of the Grand Canal at Baggot Street Bridge. Read more

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