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The Dublin Garden Group (DGG) is an organisation which includes some of Dublin's most distinguished private gardens. Through DGG, groups can visit the gardens, many of which are not open to the public.
A place of remembrance and reflection, the Garden of Remembrance in Dublin City is dedicated to those who gave their lives for Irish freedom. The garden, designed by Daithí Hanly, is open throughout the year.
The Iveagh Gardens are located in Dublin City centre. They were designed in 1865 and combine French formal and the English landscape styles.
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.
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.
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.
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