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Molly Malone Dublin Ireland

For someone who trod this Earth for so brief a period, the youngest daughter of two fishmongers named Patrick and Colleen Malone had a far greater impact on those who knew her, and many who did not, than almost anyone … Continue reading

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Shelbourne Hotel Dublin

The first Irish Constitution was signed at Dublin’s Shelbourne Hotel. The Shelbourne, a favorite spot for sophisticated travelers to stay or dine, is currently about to reopen after a major facelift.

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Four Courts – Dublin city buildings – Inns Quay Dublin 1

Four Courts              Inns Quay Dublin 1  Architect – Thomas Cooley (died 1784) then James Gandon Neoclassical style built 1776 – 1796 costing (£114,000) General introduction to Four Courts history; In 1775 it was deemed that the location of the old Four Courts, … Continue reading

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