Milltown , Dublin 6, Ireland, is a suburb on the southside of Dublin. The townland got its name well before the 18th or 19th century. Both Milltown and Clonskeagh were "Liberties" of Dublin, following the English invasion and colonisation in 1290.
Milltown was the site of several working mills on the River Dodder. A mill race was taken from just above the weir located 100m downstream from the 'Nine Arches' viaduct. It ran beside what is now the Islamic Centre towards the mill which was located in what is now Dodder Park. The remnants of this mill can still be seen. Nine Arches
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Unit 4 Milltown Centre, Milltown, Co. Dublin
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Milltown Shopping Centre, Milltown Road, Milltown, Co. Dublin
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The Dropping Well is a landmark pub located in the suburb of Milltown in South Dublin, just down the road from The Nine Arches with panoramic views of the beautiful Dodder River. A fine traditional bar which has been extensively renovated over the y
St. Anns, Milltown Road, Milltown, Co. Dublin