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Dubhlinn Garden, Dublin Castle, Dublin 2+

Enclosed behind Dublin Castle, the Dubh Linn garden looks like a formal piece of landscaping styled with a touch of...

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Sign, Pearse Street, Dublin 2+

The Lido doesn’t exactly have a phenomenal shopfront. It’s nice and consistent, with the same blue lettering and heavy vertical...

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Granite paving, Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2+

It’s not terribly unusual to see letters carved into paving: every patch of wet concrete is at risk of commemorating...

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Meeting House Square, Temple Bar, Dublin 2+

One of three public spaces created by Group 91‘s masterplan for Temple Bar (along with Curved Street and Temple Bar...

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Crane tracks, Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin 2+

There’s a stretch between the two quayside warehouses on Sir John Rogerson’s Quay which hasn’t been repaved, and here, there’s...

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Paving, Sackville Place, Dublin 1+

Sackville Place was the site of two of the four bomb attacks that took place in Dublin between late 1972...

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Coal hole covers, Ely Place, Dublin 2+

It’s hard to stop noticing coal hole covers once you see them. Made of cast iron, they cover the opening...

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Tiles, Beechwood Avenue Lower, Dublin 6+

Most of the houses on Beechwood Avenue Lower have tiled paths leading up to the front door. Not sure if...

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