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St Audoen's church, Cornmarket, prior to the removal of pinnacles. Purcell's Alley runs down by the front of the church, Bridge Street was realigned in the and this area is barely recognisable today. Ireland Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Dublin Street, Dublin City, Dublin Ireland, Ireland Travel, Cinema Architecture, Irish Independence

St Audoen’s, Cornmarket | St Catherine and St James with St Audoen

St Audoen’s, Cornmarket 1880

(Ireland) Late bronze age gold 'dress fastener' from Clones, Co. Monaghan, Ireland, ca 700 BCE. Historical Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts, Prehistoric Age, Early Middle Ages, Middle East, Celtic Culture, Magical Jewelry, Book Of Kells, Bronze

Irish Archaeology (@irarchaeology)

The latest Tweets from Irish Archaeology (@irarchaeology). Sharing Ireland’s amazing archaeology as well as interesting sites from around the world. A blog by Wexford archaeologist Colm Moriarty. Wexford

1868 - Masonic Lodge, Molesworth Street, Dublin - Architecture of Dublin City - Archiseek - Irish Architecture Ireland Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Masonic Lodge, Dublin City, Freemason, Historical Pictures, Ireland Travel, Art History

1868 – Freemason’s Hall, Molesworth Street, Dublin

Architect: Edward Holmes Built on the site of the townhouse of their first Grandmaster, the Earl of Rosse, this building was completed in 1866. The result of an architectural competition, it was de…

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1728 – Linen Hall, Yarnhall St., Dublin

Architect: Thomas Burgh, Thomas Cooley In 1722 a centralised Linen Hall was proposed by the Linen Board and several sites around the city were considered and dismissed. The Linen Board eventually d…

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DESCRIPTION: This fine and antique two-sided lithograph map (reverse side of the print shows antique photos of Dublin) was printed in Barcelona by Centro Editorial Artístico de Miguel Seguí, circa 1900. It comes from an antique spanish encyclopedia SUBJECT: City map of Dublin MEDIUM: Lithograph. Printed on good paper. SIZE (in inch): 12.5" x 9.4" or 32 x 24 cm. AGE: 112 years. Victorian Era. CONDITION: Excellent. This is an original antique print from 1900, and not a modern reproduction…

College Green in Dublin was once known as Hoggen Green. It was renamed in the after Trinity College was established Ireland Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Dublin Street, Photo Engraving, Art History, Louvre, Building, College

College Green in Dublin was once known as Hoggen Green. It was renamed in the 1600s after Trinity College was established

Grangegorman has been well described as the “Forgotten” quarter of Dublin, perhaps unsurprising given the often grim history of workhouses, asylums and fever hospitals that cover -and historically … Hunts, Hospitals, Walking Tour, Dublin, Art History, Irish, Ireland, Tours, Mansions

Hugh Lane Gal to Grangegorman historic walking tour Sat 13 May, 11.30am.

Grangegorman has been well described as the “Forgotten” quarter of Dublin, perhaps unsurprising given the often grim history of workhouses, asylums and fever hospitals that cover -and historically define- this area. Accordingly it's a district many of us barely know. That’s all set to change with huge, city-shaping transformations afoot, massive new infrastructure, new transport…

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Blackpitts Rising: Developers Dust Off Boom-Time Plans – Dublin Inquirer Dust Off, St Thomas, Secondary School, Dublin, Art History, City Photo, Medieval, Ireland, Tours

Blackpitts Rising: Developers Dust Off Boom-Time Plans

When the crash hit, Blackpitts was left with craters of empty, derelict sites. With over 600 new bed spaces, plus bars, restaurants, offices, and more on the way, can it cope when developers come crawling back?

Hugh Lane Gal to Grangegorman historic walking tour Sat 13 May, Walking Tour, Dublin, Art History, Ireland, Tours, City, City Drawing, Irish, Cities

Hugh Lane Gal to Grangegorman historic walking tour Sat 13 May, 11.30am.

Grangegorman has been well described as the “Forgotten” quarter of Dublin, perhaps unsurprising given the often grim history of workhouses, asylums and fever hospitals that cover -and historically define- this area. Accordingly it's a district many of us barely know. That’s all set to change with huge, city-shaping transformations afoot, massive new infrastructure, new transport…

 Thomas's Church in Marlborough Street Ludlow Castle, Feudal System, St Thomas Church, Struggles In Life, Grave Memorials, Photo Location, Old Pictures, Cemetery, Dublin

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Daughter of Gilbert FitzRichard de Clare II, and Adeliza de Cleremont.

Architect: Deane & Woodward Designed by architects Deane and Woodward, Molesworth Hall was a freestanding building built of Portland, Calp, and Caen stone, with red brick. The building had hori… Old Pictures, Old Photos, Gone Days, Dublin Street, Drinking Fountain, Make Way, Red Bricks, Art History, 19th Century

1857 – Molesworth Hall, Molesworth St., Dublin

Architect: Deane & Woodward Designed by architects Deane and Woodward, Molesworth Hall was a freestanding building built of Portland, Calp, and Caen stone, with red brick. The building had hori…

Dublin Decoded (Ireland): Top Tips Before You Go - TripAdvisor Dublin, Attraction, Decoding, Hunts, Walking Tour, Art History, Trip Advisor, Irish, Ireland

Dublin Decoded | | UPDATED September 2020 Top Tips Before You Go (with Photos) - Tripadvisor

Dublin Decoded, Dublin: See 284 reviews, articles, and 219 photos of Dublin Decoded, ranked No.18 on Tripadvisor among 425 attractions in Dublin.