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  1. Leinster House

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Seat of Dail Eireann (House of Representatives) and Seanad Eireann (The Senate), which (together with the President) constitute the Oireachtas (National Parliament), was erected in 1745 from designs by Richard Castle. Read more

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  2. Famine Memorial

    Dublin City, Dublin

    On Custom House Quay, in the Dublin City Docklands, you will see the Famine statues. These haunting figures commemorate the most profound disaster in Irish history, when Ireland lost more than one million citizens to starvation. Read more

  3. Arthur Griffith

    Dublin City, Dublin

    A statue of Arthur Griffith, the founder of the Sinn Fein party and the president of the Provisional Government of the new Irish Free State of 1922, stands in the garden of Leinster House in Dublin. Read more

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  4. Ireland - Birth of a Nation

    Dublin City, Dublin

    This film had been produced for visitors to Ireland. You will be shown how Ireland went from being part of the British Empire to becoming an Independent State. Original Black and White film footage. Read more

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  5. Isaac Butt

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Isaac Butt (1813–1879) is regarded as the founder of the Home Rule Movement in Ireland. Born in 1813, Isaac Butt was a politician and nationalist leader. He was a member of the Irish and English Bar, and was a renowned lawyer and scholar.** Read more

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  6. National Botanic Gardens

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Founded in 1795, the National Botanic Gardens are a botanic haven within the bustling capital city. Set in Glasnevin, County Dublin, the gardens contain more than 15,000 plant species from habitats around the world. Read more

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  7. War Memorial Gardens

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Located adjacent to Phoenix Park in Dublin City, the War Memorial Gardens pay tribute to the 49,400 Irish soldiers who died in the war of 1914-1918. In addition to being a place of remembrance, the gardens are of great architectural interest. Read more

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  8. Drimnagh Castle

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Drimnagh Castle was, until 1954, one of the oldest continually inhabited Castles in Ireland and is an outstanding example of an old feudal stronghold. It is located in the south west of Dublin City and is can be hired for public events. Read more

  9. St Kevin's Oratory

    Dublin City, Dublin

    St Kevin’s Oratory was erected in Dublin City Centre in the late-1920s. It is a rectangular chapel and features a marble altar, over which hangs a painting of St Kevin of Glendalough. Read more

  10. The Jeanie Johnston

    Dublin City, Dublin

    A tour of the Jeanie Johnston, in Dublin, enables visitors to see what it was like on board a wooden, tall ship during the famine era. The tour will convey a deep sense of history and will be a memorable experience for all who come on board. Read more

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