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  1. The Copper House Gallery

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The Copper House Gallery is dedicated to making and exhibiting art. They promote contemporary Irish photography, illustration and art, housing extensive fine art printing and framing facilities to craft fine art prints and limited editions. Read more

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  2. Zoological Museum

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The Zoological Museum in Dublin is home to some of the many creatures from across the planet. Read more

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  3. The National Wax Museum Plus

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The National Wax Museum Plus is a new interactive visitor attraction, located on Foster Place, just off Dame Street, in the Temple Bar district in Dublin city Centre. Read more

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  4. O'Connell Bridge

    Dublin City, Dublin

    At the very hub of the city of Dublin, O'Connell Bridge, formerly Carlisle Bridge, was built in 1790 as one of the links in the Wide Streets Commissioners' plan to connect north and south with a great axial route. Read more

  5. Casino Marino

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The casino is considered to be one of the finest 18th Century neo-classical buildings in Europe. Read more

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  6. Irish Jewish Museum

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The Irish Jewish Museum is located in a former synagogue in Dublin City. The museum highlights the place of Jewish influence in Ireland's cultural and historic heritage. Read more

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  7. General Post Office

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Dublin's General Post Office is situated prominently in the middle of O'Connell Street. It is the headquarters for An Post, the Irish Postal Service, and the foundation stone was laid in 1814. Read more

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  8. Eighty Two Merrion Square

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Dublin's Eighty Two Merrion Square is a former home of the writer WB Yeats. Read more

  9. Victorian People's Flower Gardens, Phoenix Park

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The Victorian People's Flower Gardens in Dublin's Phoenix Park are 22 acres in size. A prime example of Victorian horticulture, they were re-opened in 1864 after originally being established in 1840. Read more

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  10. 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. Jonathan Swift who is one of around 700 burials on site of St Patrick's. Read more

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