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Edmund Burke, born in Dublin, was an Anglo Irish Statesman, writer, philosopher and political thinker.
The striking Gothic Revival Findlater's Church in Parnell Square was erected in the 1860s by wine merchant Alexander Findlater.
Glasnevin Museum is a key Dublin attraction for people interested in Irish Heritage & Genealogy.
The pedestrianised Henry Street is one of the two principle shopping streets in Dublin and contains over 200 shops.
Tobacconists J.J. Fox was established on Grafton Street, Dublin, by London-born James John Fox in 1881.
The statue of James ("Big Jim") Larkin stands on O'Connell Street in Dublin.
The Jeanie Johnston is a replica of the original ship which sailed between Kerry and North America between 1847 & 1855.
Temple Bar Gallery and Studio delivers exhibition programme covering the range of contemporary art practices.
The Millennium Bridge is the second pedestrian bridge spanning the River Liffey in Dublin and it joins Temple Bar to the north quays
Rory O'More Bridge is a road bridge spanning the River Liffey joining Watling Street (by the Guinness Brewery) to the North Quays.
Collins Barracks is a former army barracks in Dublin, and the the oldest continuously occupied example in the world.