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  1. Yeats: The Life and Works of William Butler Yeats

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The National Library of Ireland boasts a large collection of W.B. Yeats manuscripts and other materials donated by the Yeats family. Located in Dublin City, the library is home to the Yeats Collection, which comprises more than 2,000 items. Read more

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  2. Book of Kells

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The Book of Kells was written around the year 800 AD and is one of the most beautifully illuminated manuscripts in the world. It is kept at Trinity College in Dublin city centre. Read more

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  3. 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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  4. Chester Beatty Library

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Situated in the heart of Dublin City Centre, the Chester Beatty Library opens a window on the artistic treasures of the great cultures and religions of the world. It is renowned as one of the best museums in Europe. Read more

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  5. Garda Siochana Museum Archives

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The Garda Museum and Archives are located at the Record Tower, Dublin Castle. Here visitors will find an interesting exhibition covering the history of the Garda Síochána and indeed information concerning policing in Ireland prior to 1922. The Museum is staffed by one Inspector, one Sergeant and two civilian personnel.

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  6. Big Smoke Writing Factory

    Dublin City, Dublin

    At the Big Smoke Writing Factory, we provide creative writing classes and workshops for new and developing writers. Run by writers for writers, we provide a platform for writers to not only improve their work, but to share it with others. Read more

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  7. F. W. Sweny & Co. Ltd.

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Sweny's is a significant Joycean landmark where Leopold Bloom bought his lemon soap. It is located close to Trinity College and Dublin city centre. Read more

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  8. The James Joyce Centre

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The James Joyce Centre is housed in an 18th-century Georgian townhouse in Dublin City. It aims to foster an appreciation of Joyce through exhibitions, education, outreach and activities. Read more

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  9. The Irish Architectural Archive

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The Irish Architectural Archive was established in 1976 to collect and preserve material of every kind relating to the architecture of the entire island of Ireland, and make it available to the public. Read more

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  10. Marsh's Library

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Established in 1707 Marsh's Library is the oldest public library in Ireland Located in Dublin City, the library was built by Archbishop Narcissus Marsh and contains 25,000 books as well as 300 manuscripts. Read more

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