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  1. 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

  2. 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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  3. The LAB Gallery

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The LAB Gallery supports emerging art practices and focuses on fresh ways to develop engaged audiences for visual arts. The LAB is open Monday to Friday 10:00-18:00 and Saturday 10:00-17:00 and admission is free. Read more

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  4. Ireland - Birth of a Nation

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Ireland - Birth of a Nation is a film that was produced for visitors to Ireland. It demonstrates the way in which Ireland went from being part of the British Empire to becoming an independent state. 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. The Four Courts

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Building work on this Georgian building began in 1776 based on designs of architect Thomas Cooley. On the death of Cooley in 1784, work continued, to an enhanced design by the renowned architect James Gandon. Read more

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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. Dublin City Hall

    Dublin City, Dublin

    City Hall is an example of the 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 Hall has an exhibition tracing the history of Dublin. Read more

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  10. The Library Project

    Dublin City, Dublin

    A unique Arts bookshop in Ireland, a very active gallery space, and a fantastic public resource library dedicated to Photography with unique, contemporary publications from all over the world, for you to enjoy. Read more

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