Tourist Information Dublin

Tourist Information Dublin City

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The Powerscourt shopping centre opened in 1981 with a wide range of high street stores, exclusive shops, galleries and exhibitions.
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Through the Dublinia Exhibitions, learn about the citizens of Dublin throughout the ages and share in their experiences.
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This beautiful garden in the heart of the city is dedicated to the memory of all those who gave their lives in the cause of Irish Freedom.
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Ashtown Castle is a fortified house in the Phoenix Park and forms part of the Phoenix Park Visitor Centre.
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The Bedford Tower of 1761 comprises the centrepiece of Dublin Castle's principal Georgian courtyard.
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This is a sculpture by Betty Newman-Maguire installed in 1988 and represents the skeleton of a beached Viking ship.
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Bewley's of Grafton Street, Dublin, opened in 1927, and is a widely recognised city centre landmark.
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Patrick Kavanagh is commerated by a statue on Dublin's Grand Canal inspired by his poem "Lines written on a Seat on the Grand Canal Dublin"
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The Chapel Royal in Dublin Castle was the official Church of Ireland chapel of the Household of the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland from 1814.
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Drimnagh castle, a Norman building, is the only remaining castle in Ireland with a flooded moat around it.
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The Dublin City Gallery was founded by Hugh Lane in 1908, and is the first known public gallery of modern art in the world.
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The Wellington Monument is a 62 metre high obelisk sited in the Phoenix Park, Dublin.
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Edmund Burke, born in Dublin, was an Anglo Irish Statesman, writer, philosopher and political thinker.
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The striking Gothic Revival Findlater's Church in Parnell Square was erected in the 1860s by wine merchant Alexander Findlater.
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Founded in 1701, Marsh's Library was the first public library in Ireland and celebrated its 300th anniversary in 2001
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Glasnevin Museum is a key Dublin attraction for people interested in Irish Heritage & Genealogy.
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Grafton Street is one of the two principal shopping streets in Dublin city centre.
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Isolde's Tower from the 13th Century was rediscovered during building work in 1993.
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The pedestrianised Henry Street is one of the two principle shopping streets in Dublin and contains over 200 shops.
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Tobacconists J.J. Fox was established on Grafton Street, Dublin, by London-born James John Fox in 1881.
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