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  1. Dublin Lectures 2015

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Delve deep in to Dublin’s history and people with the Little Museum of Dublin’s acclaimed series Dublin Lectures 2015, curated by Kimberley Foy. Admission to all of the lectures is €100, with individual... Read more

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  2. Dublin City Archives

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Located on Pearse Street in Dublin, the Dublin City Archives houses records of the city's civic government dating from 1171 to the late 20th century. A reading room is available for consulting materials. Read more

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  3. Renowned Composer Bill Whelan Seminar

    Dublin City, Dublin

    This summer, world renowned composer, producer and arranger, Bill Whelan, comes to The National Concert Hall to deliver this seminar entitled; “Composition, Improvisation - Who has the rights and does... Read more

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  4. National Library of Ireland

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The National Library of Ireland situated in Dublin City is home to more than 8 million items. It hosts an award-winning exhibition about W.B. Yeats as well as children’s exhibitions. Free guided tours are offered. Read more

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

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The National Library of Ireland has the largest collection of W.B. Yeats manuscripts in the world, donated by the Yeats family. Located in Dublin, the library is home to the Yeats Collection, which comprises more than 2,000 items. Read more

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  6. No More Secrets, No More Lies

    Dublin City, Dublin

    In Dublin, 1915, a family is faced with the birth of a child to a single mother. This August, the great granddaughter, Toni, reflects upon on her life and the fate of single mothers in Ireland over the... Read more

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

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Sweny's Pharmacy is a Joycean landmark and the place at which fictional character Leopold Bloom bought his lemon soap. It is located close to Trinity College and Dublin City Centre. Read more

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  9. The Lost Fashion Tours

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The Lost Fashion Tours are a unique series of tours exploring Dublin's stylish past. Fashion historian Ruth Griffin of the blog Rua Ruth will bring you on a saunter through the centuries to discover the... 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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