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  1. Rubicon Gallery

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The Rubicon Gallery, at 10 St Stephens Green, Dublin, predominantly shows contemporary paintings and drawings by Irish and international artists. It also features work by several international printmakers. Read more

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  2. Sol Art Gallery

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Sol Art is one of Dublin's leading contemporary galleries combining an approachable space with an expansive vision and an all-inclusive environment. Read more

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  3. National Gallery of Ireland

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The National Gallery of Ireland contains over 12,000 pieces of art representing numerous artists including work by Jack B Yeats. It is conveniently located near Dublin city centre, a short stroll from Trinity College and Merrion Square. Read more

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  4. Edmund Burke

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Edmund Burke(12 January 1729– 1797) was a political philosopher and orator, and is generally viewed as the philosophical founder of modern Conservatism. He was born on Arran quay in Dublin. There is a monument to him at Trinity College, Dublin. Read more

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  5. St Catherine's Church

    Dublin City, Dublin

    St Catherine’s Church can be found in the oldest part of Dublin City, not far from Christ Church Cathedral and St Patrick’s Cathedral. The present building dates from the mid-1700s, although the site has had religious ties since 1177. Read more

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  6. James Larkin

    Dublin City, Dublin

    James Larkin was a dock worker and then trade union organiser in Belfast and Dublin. He was the founder of the Irish Transport and General Workers Union. There is a monument to him on O'Connell street in Dublin. Read more

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  7. James Joyce House of the Dead

    Dublin City, Dublin

    An historic building in Dublin, James Joyce House of the Dead is located in the city centre, and was the setting of Joyce's famous story "The Dead". Read more

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  8. National Folklore Collection: Cnuasach Bhéaloideas Éireann

    Belfield, Dublin

    The National Folklore Collection is one of the largest collections of folklore material in the world. It documents the history of field recordings displaying early sound recording equipment, manuscripts and visual items on Irish tradition. Read more

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  9. St. Mary's Pro Cathedral

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Although Dublin City has not possessed a Catholic cathedral for nearly 200 years, St. Mary’s has served as the 'mother-church' of the Dublin archdiocese. The church continues to hold services as well as occasional special events. Read more

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  10. National Photographic Archive

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The National Photographic Archive, in Dublin City, houses the photographic collection of the National Library of Ireland, of over 630,000 photographs. Read more

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