Dublin, Ireland

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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
Hospitals

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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

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Houses on Peter Street shortly before demolishing in 1890s to make way for Jacobs Biscuit factory, some of these houses were already well over 100 years old.

Houses on Peter Street

Houses on Peter Street shortly before demolishing in 1890s to make way for Jacobs Biscuit factory, some of these houses were already well over 100 years old.

River Liffey, Bridges and Quays

One of Dublin's Parisian inspired 'pissoirs' that were introduced to 'clean up Dublin' before the Eucharistic Congress in 1932, and the same site at Eden Quay today. They were installed at various locations in the city with the last removed in 1980 at Fairview.

One of Dublin's Parisian inspired 'pissoirs' that were introduced to 'clean up Dublin' before the Eucharistic Congress in 1932, and the same site at Eden Quay today. They were installed at various locations in the city with the last removed in 1980 at Fairview.

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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Hospitals

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Some views of St Catherine's Park from the mid-1980s after the graveyard and adjoining derelict sites had been taken over by Dublin Corporation and converted to a public park by @DCCParks_Biodiv Photos from Dublin Libraries Archive

Some views of St Catherine's Park from the mid-1980s after the graveyard and adjoining derelict sites had been taken over by Dublin Corporation and converted to a public park by @DCCParks_Biodiv Photos from Dublin Libraries Archive

Some views of St Catherine's Park from the mid-1980s after the graveyard and adjoining derelict sites had been taken over by Dublin Corporation and converted to a public park by @DCCParks_Biodiv Photos from Dublin Libraries Archive

Some views of St Catherine's Park from the mid-1980s after the graveyard and adjoining derelict sites had been taken over by Dublin Corporation and converted to a public park by @DCCParks_Biodiv Photos from Dublin Libraries Archive

Some views of St Catherine's Park from the mid-1980s after the graveyard and adjoining derelict sites had been taken over by Dublin Corporation and converted to a public park by @DCCParks_Biodiv Photos from Dublin Libraries Archive

Some views of St Catherine's Park from the mid-1980s after the graveyard and adjoining derelict sites had been taken over by Dublin Corporation and converted to a public park by @DCCParks_Biodiv Photos from Dublin Libraries Archive

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Archivists & historians - beware! This photo from June 1922 may be very distressing. I know it makes me feel a little queasy. "People are here seen picking up documents blown out of the Four Courts by the great explosion [a mile away]." (Fair play to these people though.)

Archivists & historians - beware! This photo from June 1922 may be very distressing. I know it makes me feel a little queasy. "People are here seen picking up documents blown out of the Four Courts by the great explosion [a mile away]." (Fair play to these people though.)

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VICTORIAN TURKISH BATHS: Ireland: Dublin: Upper Sackville Street: The Hammam Turkish Baths: advertisement from local directory, c.1919                    |

Ireland: Dublin: Upper Sackville Street: The Hammam Turkish Baths: advertisement from local directory, c.1919

VICTORIAN TURKISH BATHS: Ireland: Dublin: Upper Sackville Street: The Hammam Turkish Baths: advertisement from local directory, c.1919 |

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The rear of St Catherine's Church from the graveyard, now a park.

The rear of St Catherine's Church from the graveyard, now a park.

One of Dublin's Parisian inspired 'pissoirs' that were introduced to 'clean up Dublin' before the Eucharistic Congress in 1932, and the same site at Eden Quay today. They were installed at various locations in the city with the last removed in 1980 at Fairview.

One of Dublin's Parisian inspired 'pissoirs' that were introduced to 'clean up Dublin' before the Eucharistic Congress in 1932, and the same site at Eden Quay today. They were installed at various locations in the city with the last removed in 1980 at Fairview.