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    • 1.

      Ireland Travel Guides

      by Jesse Lear - 2007-08-08
      Ireland Travel Guides3 Travel Guides Every Visitor to Ireland Should Own1. Eyewitness Guide Book to IrelandNobody should go to Ireland without a copy of the Eyewitness Guide Book to Ireland. Aft...
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      Trinity College Dublin - Much More Than A University!

      by Mairead Foley - 2008-07-09
      A brief history…The first brick of Ireland's oldest university was put down in 1592 under Queen Elizabeth's reign. It's said that she built the college to keep young Protestant scholars in the Pale an...
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      Dublin Attractions: Dublin Writers Museum

      by Mary Fok-Seang - 2008-07-12
      Dublin Writers Museum is situated within an 18th Century Georgian townhouse in the north city centre. It was due to a proposal by Maurice Gorham to Dublin Tourism, that we now have the museum. However...
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      Dublin Attractions: The Hugh Lane Gallery

      by Liz Dean-Hughes - 2008-07-12
      The Hugh Lane Gallery was originally opened in 1908 and has expanded in both size and exhibits over the past 100 years. Sir Hugh Lane kindly donated the Gallery's original collection. All ages are cat...
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      Dublin Attractions: Phoenix Park Visitor Centre

      by Liz Dean-Hughes - 2008-07-12
      The Phoenix Park Visitor Centre caters for all ages with an entertaining audiovisual display and exhibitions detailing the history of the park and its wildlife, from 3500BC right up to the present day...
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      Dublin Attractions: The General Post Office (gpo)

      by Catriona Reidy - 2008-07-12
      On the 6th of January 1818, the GPO on Dublin's O'Connell Street opened for business after four years of construction at the cost of around 50,000 Irish pounds. It was designed by a County Armagh man,...
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      Dublin Attractions: Leinster House

      by Helen Kelly - 2008-07-12
      Formerly known as Kildare House, after James Fitzgerald the Earl of Kildare who commissioned it in 1745, Leinster House has been central to Dublin and Ireland's history. It later got its name Leinster...
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      Dublin Attractions: Dublin City Hall

      by Mary Fok-Seang - 2008-07-28
      Dublin City Hall was designed by Thomas Cooley and built between 1769 and 1779. The Guild of Merchants originally built it as the Royal Exchange. There's a central entrance hall, known as a Rotunda, a...
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      Dublin Attractions: The Molly Malone Stature

      by Eric Keane - 2008-07-28
      The famous Molly Malone Statue is located at the end of Grafton Street near Trinity College, around the corner from Saint Andrews Church where she was supposedly baptised. The statue is life size and ...
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      Dublin Attractions: The Gaa Museum

      by Mairead Foley - 2008-09-16
      GAA Museum, Croke Park, St. Joseph's Avenue, Dublin 3.The GAA Museum is a must see for all die-hard GAA fans. Situated in Croke Park (or "Croker", as it is known fondly by the locals) - the museum rea...