St. Audoen's Church St.
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St. Ann's Church Built at the beginning of the eighteenth century, St.
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Dublin AirportDublin Airport has become one of the busiest airports in Europe thanks to the surge of the Irish airline Ryanair.
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O'Connell StreetSituated in the heart of Dublin, O’Connell Street is the city’s main avenue, packed with pubs, stores, hotels and restaurants.
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Grafton StreetGrafton Street is one of the most important and crowded pedestrian walkways in Dublin.
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Temple BarTemple Bar is one of Dublin’s oldest and most charismatic areas.
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Trinity CollegeTrinity College Dublin is Ireland’s oldest and internationally recognized university.
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Guinness StorehouseDiscover one of Dublin’s most-popular attractions, the Guinness Storehouse, an old fermentation plant for the Guinness Brewery.
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Kilmainham Gaol Established in 1796, Kilmainham Gaol is an old prison in Dublin.
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Jameson DistilleryToday an Irish whiskey museum, Jameson Distillery Bow St was where the company distilled its whiskey for nearly 200 years, until 1971.
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Dublin CastleSeverely damaged by a fire in 1684, Dublin Castle, an Irish government complex, was rebuilt completely and currently doesn’t look like a traditional castle.
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City HallDublin’s City Hall is a marvelous example of Georgian architecture.
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Custom HouseThe imposing neoclassical Custom House was designed during the eighteenth century as headquarters of the Commissioners of Customs and Excise.
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DubliniaDublinia is an interactive museum that invites visitors to go back in time to Ireland’s capital when it was a Viking settlement and in the Middle Ages.
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Number Twenty NineNumber Twenty-Nine is a Georgian house museum built in 1794.
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Casino MarinoThe Casino at Marino is an eighteenth century neo-classical pleasure house designed by Sir William Chambers for the first Earl of Charlemont.
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National Archaeology MuseumThe National Museum of Ireland-Archaeology, founded in 1890, features centuries-old objects (the earliest dating from 7000 B.
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National Gallery The National Gallery of Ireland in Dublin houses a well-regarded art collection from between the Middle Ages and the twentieth century.
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Collins BarracksNational Museum of Ireland-Decorative Arts & History is situated in Collins Barracks, an imposing neo-classical building constructed in 1702 as barracks.
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Hugh Lane GalleryThe Hugh Lane Gallery was established in 1908.
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Irish Museum of Modern ArtThe Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) houses a large collection of modern and contemporary art by both Irish and international artists.
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Natural History MuseumThe National Museum of Ireland - Natural History, also known as the Dead Zoo, houses a large collection of animals from abroad and from Ireland.
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National Wax MuseumThe National Wax Museum in Dublin has four stories packed with waxworks representing all types of celebrities and several interactive attractions.
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National Leprechaun Museum The National Leprechaun Museum is in the heart of Dublin.
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Chester Beatty Library The Chester Beatty Library is a popular museum that reflects the world’s most relevant religions and cultures: East Asian, Western and Islamic.
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Christ Church Cathedral Christ Church Cathedral is also called the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity and is currently the oldest Anglican church in Dublin.
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St Patrick's Cathedral St Patrick’s Cathedral is Ireland’s largest church and was founded near the well where the patron saint of Ireland baptized the converted around 450AD.
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St. Michan's Church St.
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St Mary's Pro Cathedral Affectionately nicknamed ‘Pro’, St.
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St. Teresa's Church Situated between Grafton Street and Clarendon Street, St.
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Phoenix ParkPhoenix Park is an urban park less than 5km away from Dublin’s city center and one of the largest parks inside any European capital city.
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St Stephen's GreenSt Stephen’s Green is one of Ireland’s oldest public parks.
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Merrion Square Park Previously known as the Archbishop Ryan Park, Merrion Square Park is an oasis of tranquility in the heart of Dublin.
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Garden of RemembranceThe Garden of Remembrance is dedicated to all those that died in pursuit of Ireland’s independence.
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National Botanic Gardens Situated in Dublin and inaugurated in 1795, the National Botanic Gardens of Ireland is an oasis of serenity with over 17,000 species.
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