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26 Lower Abbey Street, Dublin 1, Ireland
For over 90 years, the Abbey has been the national theatre of Ireland and home of the world-famed abbey Players. The original theatre, destroyed in a 1951 fire, was replaced in 1966 by the current modern 600-seat building.
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Charlemont House, Parnell Square North, Dublin 1, Ireland
Housed in a finely restored 18th century building known as Charlemont House. It is named after Hugh Lane, an Irish art connoisseur.
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Jervis Street, Dublin 1, Ireland
Housing a wide range of shops on several floors, the Jervis Centre is well worth visiting for its consumer-friendly layout and decent range. Popular shops here include Debenhams, Waterstone's and Dixons: indeed, all the chainstores from the United King ..
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1 Cavendish Row, Dublin 1, Ireland
Situated just north of OConnell Street off Parnell Square, this recently restored 370-seat theatre was founded in 1928 by Hilton Edwards and Micheál MacLiommóir to provide a showing for a broad range of plays.
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18 Parnell Square North, Dublin 1, Ireland
The Irish literary tradition is one of the most illustrious in the world, famous for four Nobel Prize winners and for an abundance of other writers of international renown. In 1991 the Dublin Writers Museum was opened to house a history and celebration o
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35 Lower Liffey Street, Dublin 1
The Grand Social is the latest addition to Dublin citys thriving live music and club scene and already it has carved out a superb reputation as a venue with fantastic facilities for Musicians, Performers, DJs and audiences.
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35 North Great Georges Street, Dublin 1, Ireland
Located near the Dublin Writers Museum, this Joycean centre gives literary enthusiasts one more reason to visit Dublin's north side. The newly restored 1784 Georgian town house contains various exhibits, an archive, and a reference library.
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23 Upper Sherrard Street, Dublin 1, Ireland
The SFX CITY THEATRE is situated in Dublin City Centre, near to Mountjoy Square and Dorset Street. Sean O Casey was born in Dorset Street, and Brendan Behan was born just down the road. There has been a Theatre/Community Centre on the site since the middl
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12 Henry Street, Dublin 1, Ireland
Arnotts is Ireland's largest and longest established Department Store. Located in the city centre on Henry Street, Arnotts is a leading shopping destination for fashion, homeware and beauty and is home to five restaurants.
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Parnell Square East, Dublin 1, Ireland
At the northern end of Parnell Square is a small, peaceful park, dedicated to the men and women who have died in pursuit of Irish freedom.
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Jervis Centre, Jervis Street, Dublin 1, Ireland
This chainstore from the United Kingdom was extablished in Dublin a number of years ago and provides fashionable garments for women. ...
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O'Connell Street, Dublin 1, Ireland
Built in 1818 halfway along O'Connell Street (formerly Sackville street), the GPO (right) became a symbol of the 1916 Easter Rising. Members of the Irish Volunteers and Irish Citizen Army seized the building on Easter Monday and Patrick Pearse read out th
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Great Dominick St, Dublin 1, Ireland
A building of note, built in 1775 and contains many exquisite fireplaces and plasterwork.
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Twilfit House, Jervis Street, Dublin 1, Co. Dublin, Ireland
Irish people have told stories about the Leprechaun for more than a thousand years. There are many tales about him and the people he meets. The National Leprechaun Museum, the first ever attraction dedicated to Irish mythology, opens up a fun and magical
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Abbey St, Dublin 1, Ireland
In the same building as the Abbey, this small 150-seat theatre features contemporary plays and experimental works including poetry readings, one-person shows, and plays in the Irish Language.
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