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Dublin Landmarks and Historic sites

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1 Trinity College
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The Trinity College Library is the largest library in Ireland.The Trinity College Library houses manuscripts and books that date back to the sixteenth century. The library was established in the year...

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2 Dublin Castle
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Dublin Castle is at present a major Irish Government complex. The Castle was first founded in 1204 as a major defensive work on the orders of King John of England. It was the fortified seat of British rule in...

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Address: Dame St, Dublin 2 + Share


3 Christ Church Cathedral
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Rank: 8 About 44

Christ Church Cathedral is another well known cathedral that contains the tomb of Strongbow, whose arrival in Ireland marked the beginning of English involvement in Ireland

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Address: Winetavern st., Dublin 8 + Share


4 Custom House
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Rank: 9 About 44

Address: Custom House Quay + Share


5 Best Places
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Rank: 17 About 44

Ireland has become increasingly famous in recent years as a vacation destination. Dublin is the best known city and the place where most of the tourists make their way for a trip. There are even suggested...

Reviewed by: Laalamani
Address: Dublin, Ireland + Share


Where to shop
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Rank: 31 About 44

The Irish city of Dublin consists of several shopping avenues. Grafton Street is considered a shoppers' paradise in Dublin. Visitors can get all sorts of items, clothes and jewelry on this street. There are...

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6 St. Mary Cathedral
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St. Mary's is the metropolitan place of worship for Roman-Catholics and the third cathedral after St. Patrick’s and Christ Church. Located near O'Connell Street, the church architecture reflects the...

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Address: Marlborough St, Dublin 1 + Share


7 Saint Patrick Cathedral
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Saint Patrick's Cathedral, also known as the National Cathedral, is considered to be the largest church in the country. The cathedral holds numerous national ceremonies. The Remembrance Day service is hosted every...

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Address: Saint Patrick’s Close + Share


8 St. Ann Church
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Rank: 36 About 44

St. Ann's Church is an example of great architecture that upholds ancient traditions. The church also has a social centre and bookshop.

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Address: Dawson Street, Dublin 2 + Share

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