Beautiful black and white photo of the horse drawn carriages in an almost deserted Dame Street 1900 #rebellion16

The Brexit minister David Davis thinks the Republic of Ireland is part of the UK

Dame St & College Green, 1959

Dame St & College Green, 1959

Vanishing Dublin:  Scriven's Alley Racquets Court, John's Lane East, Wood Quay (1950)

Vanishing Dublin: Scriven's Alley Racquets Court, John's Lane East, Wood Quay (1950)

College Greet looking towards Westmorland St.

College Green looking towards Westmoreland Street

Bank of Ireland (Old Parliament), College Green, Dublin (Photo by Zuzanne)

Bank of Ireland (Old Parliament), College Green, Dublin (Photo by Zuzanne)

Wistorical - College Green ca 1753 by Joseph Tudor of Dame Street. Original Dutch-gabled houses (aka Dutch Billies) opposite Parliament House, pair of sedan chairs operating on the green, and equestrian statue of King William of Orange just left of the Watch House. 1-3 Dame St included a Chocolate House frequented by members of the Irish Houses of Parliament. By the 1760s it was converted into a prestigious club named for Denis Daly, an eccentric Galway landowner, politician & friend of…

College Green & Dame Street, Dublin City This handsome painting of the Irish capital's College Green dates to circa 1753 and is the work of Joseph Tudor, the principal landscape painter of his day, who actually lived - and died - on Dame Street.

Oliver Goldsmith, and the Bank of Ireland, College Green, Dublin (Photo by Zuzanne)

Oliver Goldsmith, and the Bank of Ireland, College Green, Dublin (Photo by Zuzanne)

Westmorland St towards College Green.

Westmorland St towards College Green.

Bank of Ireland, College Green. The oldest working bank in the world.

Bank of Ireland, College Green. The oldest working bank in the world.

Bank of Ireland (Old Parliament Building), College Green, Dublin

Bank of Ireland (Old Parliament Building), College Green, Dublin

Proposed plaza at College Green 2016

The Liberties Dublin on

Proposed plaza at College Green 2016

The Portico of the Parliament House, Dublin // MALTON, James (b. ca. 1760, London, d. 1803, Marylebone)

The Portico of the Parliament House, Dublin // MALTON, James (b.

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