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Dublin Castle
Category: Sightseeing + Tours
Dublin Castle, Dublin, 2

It's good to be the king.
Dublin Castle is situated in the city centre. You can walk inside and around the grounds without having to pay. You can also pay a tour guide that will show you the 14th century round tower, the Garda Police Museum, the ...   more

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Phoenix Park
Category: Sightseeing + Tours
Park Gate Street, Dublin

Late afternoon in Phoenix Park
Dublin has many parks in all shapes and sizes. Go there for lunch, for a walk or just to be away from the bustling city and to watch people. Phoenix Park On the outskirts of the city centre, this huge park -900 hectares/...   more

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Dublin Zoo
Category: Sightseeing + Tours
Phoenix Park, Cunningham Road, Dublin, 15

Forever is a long time
Where does one start? The zoo? - (ridiculously overpriced and only for people who enjoy watching neurotic animals in captivity) The Guinness Factory? - (being charged the price of a theatre ticket to see dull machinery a...   more

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Merrion Square
Category: Sightseeing + Tours
Merrion Street, Dublin, 4

OSCAR WILDE - MERRION SQUARE
Go on a sunday, around merrion square you can enjoy the architecture and brouse through the work of some local artists who exhibt thier work on the raillings of Merion park, this is where you'll pick up real souvineers!!...   more

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Christchurch Cathedral
Category: Sightseeing + Tours
Christchurch Place, Dublin, 8

on my way
Here is an excellent example of the structural component that allowed construction of our tall masonry buildings; the flying buttress. The walls of tall masonry buildings have to be designed to handle the tremendous outw...   more

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National Botanic Gardens
Category: Sightseeing + Tours
Glasnevin, Dublin, 11

National Botanic Gardens (Dublin)
The Botanical Gardens and Glasnevin Cemetery When I was a kid an excursion to these two places used to be used as a threat by unscrupulous teachers if one was being bold in school - as in 'Ye can forget the trip to Gweed...   more

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Marlay Park
Category: Activities + Arts + Sightseeing + Tours
Rathfarnham, Dublin, 14

Do not give up
Marlay Park in Rathfarnham on Dublinís Southside is just a short drive from where I live, and I am ashamed to say that I only visited in January 2003 for the first time, after having lived in the area for more than 3 yea...   more

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Kilmainham Gaol
Category: Monument + Museum + Sightseeing + Tours
Inchicore Road, Kilmainham, Dublin, 8

Kilmainham Gaol, Dublin (Stairwell)
Kilmainham Gaol is one of Ireland's most important buildings. It was designed in an attempt to improve the quality of the penal system, and in the belief that prisons should be hygienic and well-ventilated. It is also, h...   more

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Blessington Basin
Category: Sightseeing + Tours
Blessington Street, Phibsborough, Dublin, 7

Blessington Basin - 1414
Water supply to the city was proving a difficulty to the City Corporation in the later half of the eighteenth century. The City Corporation saw the completion of the canals as a way of supplying water to the city centre ...   more

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Aran Islands
Category: Sightseeing + Tours
Foster Street, Galway

Galway Swans
Well I must say that Galway has been everything it was supposed to be and more. I have enjoyed my visit here and find it somewhat sad to leave. The people are more friendly than in Dublin (which is pretty friendly) the t...   more

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