Dublin, Ireland

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My Dublin Blog Posts
Theatres & Cinemas
City Hall
The National Gallery
The Dead Zoo
St Thomas' Church of Ireland
Views of Dublin c1810
Wesley College
Custom House
King's Inns
St George's Church, Hardwicke Place
Cork Street
Kevin Street
North King Street
Asylums
Colourised Photographs and Postcards
The Liberties
River Liffey, Bridges and Quays
St Stephen's Green
Fitzwilliam Square
Merrion Square
Aungier Street and St Peter's Church
Dame Street
Sackville Street/O'Connell Street
Kilmainham

My Dublin Blog Posts

The Dublin Artisans Dwellings Company

The Dublin Artisans Dwellings Company

The Dublin Artisans Dwellings Company was established in 1876 by a group of investors as a semi-philanthropic private venture to provide quality housing for the city’s working class who lived in ap…

The Four Courts Marshalsea Debtors Prison

The Four Courts Marshalsea Debtors Prison

About one-third of the prison population in early nineteenth-century Ireland was made up of persons imprisoned by their creditors for debt. In 1818, 13,000 people were sent to prison with 6,600 bei…

Rutland Square

Rutland Square

Rutland Square (now Parnell Square) is the oldest Georgian square in Dublin. In 1748, Surgeon Bartholemew Mosse leased a four-acre and one rood plot described as ‘a piece of waste ground, with a po…

The Westmoreland Lock Hospital

The Westmoreland Lock Hospital

Dublin’s Westmoreland Lock Hospital was established in 1755 by George Doyle for the treatment of venereal diseases. During the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, many hospitals would not admit pa…

Dublin's Coal Holes and Coal Cellars

Dublin’s Coal Holes and Coal Cellars

Coal cellars are a common feature of Georgian and Victorian era houses. They were built with a brick vaulted roof under the footpath and accessible via the servants’ hall in the basement of the hou…

Jonathan Swift Anglo-Irish writer born in Dublin. Swift was a prominent satirist, essayist and author. Notable works include Gulliver’s Travels, A Modest Proposal and A Tale of a Tub. He was also Dean of St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin Easy Listening, Jonathan Swift Quotes, Guillermo Tell, Kindle, Gulliver's Travels, Essayist, Friedrich Nietzsche, Satire, Famous People

St Patrick’s Hospital, Dublin, Ireland

St Patrick’s Hospital was the first psychiatric hospital to be built in Ireland and one of the very first in the world. Its foundation was brought about by the will of Jonathan Swift, satirist, ess…

A short history of Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin, Ireland Georgian Buildings, Dublin House, Ireland Homes, Photo Engraving, Cliffs Of Moher, Dublin Ireland, Most Visited, British Isles, Old Photos

Fitzwilliam Square

Fitzwilliam Square is a Georgian garden square named after the Fitzwilliam family, Earls of Merrion, who urbanised the land as part of their great estate on the south side of the River Liffey in Du…

The Great Snow of January 1881

The Great Snow of January 1881

2018 has been a year of weather extremes in Ireland. As well as a heatwave in July, Dublin had two ‘snow events’ in February and March 2018. The first was the ‘Beast From The East’ and it was follo…

A short history of Merrion Square The Fitz, Georgian Architecture, Historical Romance, Natural History, Old Photos, Street View, The Incredibles, Explore, Dublin Ireland

Merrion Square

Merrion Square is one of Dublin’s finest Georgian squares. Three sides are lined with red brick townhouses, while the fourth side faces Government Buildings, the Natural History Museum, Leins…

The Liberties of Dublin

The Liberties of Dublin

The Liberties is an area in Dublin, Ireland, located to the southwest of the city centre, and is one of Dublin’s most historic districts. In the 12th century, King Henry II of England ordered…

'Monto' - the area around Montgomery Street and now called Foley Street - in Dublin city centre was formerly a red light district referred to by James Joyce in Ulysses as 'Nighttown'. Brothels in Dublin were known as kips. Dublin Street, Dublin City, Leeds City, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Ireland Pictures, Photo Engraving, James Joyce, Slums

Monto: Dublin’s Red Light District

Monto is the nickname for Dublin’s red light district derived from Montgomery Street, now named Foley Street. Monto encompassed an area bounded by Talbot Street, Amiens Street, Gardiner Street and …

Theatres & Cinemas

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City Hall

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The Dead Zoo

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St Thomas' Church of Ireland

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Views of Dublin c1810

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Wesley College

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Custom House

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King's Inns

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St George's Church, Hardwicke Place

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Cork Street

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Kevin Street

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North King Street

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Asylums

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Colourised Photographs and Postcards

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The Liberties

Sights and Scenes in Ireland. With ... illustrations : Ireland : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

Sights and Scenes in Ireland. With ... illustrations : Ireland : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

viii. 191 pages ; obl. 4°

Sights and Scenes in Ireland. With ... illustrations : Ireland : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

Sights and Scenes in Ireland. With ... illustrations : Ireland : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

viii. 191 pages ; obl. 4°

River Liffey, Bridges and Quays

Sights and Scenes in Ireland. With ... illustrations : Ireland : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

Sights and Scenes in Ireland. With ... illustrations : Ireland : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

viii. 191 pages ; obl. 4°

Sights and Scenes in Ireland. With ... illustrations : Ireland : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

Sights and Scenes in Ireland. With ... illustrations : Ireland : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

viii. 191 pages ; obl. 4°

St Stephen's Green

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Fitzwilliam Square

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Merrion Square

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Aungier Street and St Peter's Church

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Dame Street

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Sackville Street/O'Connell Street

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Kilmainham

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The Dublin Artisans Dwellings Company

The Dublin Artisans Dwellings Company

The Dublin Artisans Dwellings Company was established in 1876 by a group of investors as a semi-philanthropic private venture to provide quality housing for the city’s working class who lived in ap…

@PeelLorna/Dublin / Twitter

@PeelLorna/Dublin / Twitter

The Four Courts Marshalsea Debtors Prison

The Four Courts Marshalsea Debtors Prison

About one-third of the prison population in early nineteenth-century Ireland was made up of persons imprisoned by their creditors for debt. In 1818, 13,000 people were sent to prison with 6,600 bei…

Rutland Square

Rutland Square

Rutland Square (now Parnell Square) is the oldest Georgian square in Dublin. In 1748, Surgeon Bartholemew Mosse leased a four-acre and one rood plot described as ‘a piece of waste ground, with a po…

The Westmoreland Lock Hospital

The Westmoreland Lock Hospital

Dublin’s Westmoreland Lock Hospital was established in 1755 by George Doyle for the treatment of venereal diseases. During the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, many hospitals would not admit pa…

Dublin's Coal Holes and Coal Cellars

Dublin’s Coal Holes and Coal Cellars

Coal cellars are a common feature of Georgian and Victorian era houses. They were built with a brick vaulted roof under the footpath and accessible via the servants’ hall in the basement of the hou…

Jonathan Swift Anglo-Irish writer born in Dublin. Swift was a prominent satirist, essayist and author. Notable works include Gulliver’s Travels, A Modest Proposal and A Tale of a Tub. He was also Dean of St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin Easy Listening, Jonathan Swift Quotes, Guillermo Tell, Kindle, Gulliver's Travels, Essayist, Friedrich Nietzsche, Satire, Famous People

St Patrick’s Hospital, Dublin, Ireland

St Patrick’s Hospital was the first psychiatric hospital to be built in Ireland and one of the very first in the world. Its foundation was brought about by the will of Jonathan Swift, satirist, ess…

A short history of Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin, Ireland Georgian Buildings, Dublin House, Ireland Homes, Photo Engraving, Cliffs Of Moher, Dublin Ireland, Most Visited, British Isles, Old Photos

Fitzwilliam Square

Fitzwilliam Square is a Georgian garden square named after the Fitzwilliam family, Earls of Merrion, who urbanised the land as part of their great estate on the south side of the River Liffey in Du…

The Great Snow of January 1881

The Great Snow of January 1881

2018 has been a year of weather extremes in Ireland. As well as a heatwave in July, Dublin had two ‘snow events’ in February and March 2018. The first was the ‘Beast From The East’ and it was follo…

A short history of Merrion Square The Fitz, Georgian Architecture, Historical Romance, Natural History, Old Photos, Street View, The Incredibles, Explore, Dublin Ireland

Merrion Square

Merrion Square is one of Dublin’s finest Georgian squares. Three sides are lined with red brick townhouses, while the fourth side faces Government Buildings, the Natural History Museum, Leins…

The Liberties of Dublin

The Liberties of Dublin

The Liberties is an area in Dublin, Ireland, located to the southwest of the city centre, and is one of Dublin’s most historic districts. In the 12th century, King Henry II of England ordered…

'Monto' - the area around Montgomery Street and now called Foley Street - in Dublin city centre was formerly a red light district referred to by James Joyce in Ulysses as 'Nighttown'. Brothels in Dublin were known as kips. Dublin Street, Dublin City, Leeds City, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Ireland Pictures, Photo Engraving, James Joyce, Slums

Monto: Dublin’s Red Light District

Monto is the nickname for Dublin’s red light district derived from Montgomery Street, now named Foley Street. Monto encompassed an area bounded by Talbot Street, Amiens Street, Gardiner Street and …

@PeelLorna/Dublin / Twitter

@PeelLorna/Dublin / Twitter

Sights and Scenes in Ireland. With ... illustrations : Ireland : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

Sights and Scenes in Ireland. With ... illustrations : Ireland : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

viii. 191 pages ; obl. 4°

Sights and Scenes in Ireland. With ... illustrations : Ireland : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

Sights and Scenes in Ireland. With ... illustrations : Ireland : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

viii. 191 pages ; obl. 4°

Sights and Scenes in Ireland. With ... illustrations : Ireland : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

Sights and Scenes in Ireland. With ... illustrations : Ireland : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

viii. 191 pages ; obl. 4°