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15 Memes That'll Trigger Anyone With Strict Parents

The agony. The pure, unadulterated agony of coping with lack of freedom. The FOMO. We lament the dances we missed and the sleepovers we would only hear about when getting to school on Monday. If you feel us, these memes are for you.

Beautiful day for a walk up Dalkey Hill, one of Dublin's jewels - PHOTOS | IrishCentral.com

In the distance is Dalkey Island, one of the great views from the top of Killiney Hill,Killiney, County DublinI don't do "impulse buys" as a rule, but "impulse walks" are another thing entirely I was driving through Dalkey, Co Dublin at lunchtime and I suddenly decided I'd rather walk up Dalkey Hill than sit eating while I readGreat decision

Karl Jordan (@Karljordan)

The latest Tweets from Karl Jordan (@Karljordan). Photographer by vocation. Still chasing that elusive shot. Philosophy: Shoot lots and you're bound to get a good one eventually. Dublin

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Irish Photo Archive - Art (Page #5 of 7)

Shop for artwork by Irish Photo Archive. Purchase canvas prints, framed prints, tapestries, posters, greeting cards, and more. The Lensmen Collection, licensed to Irish Photo Archive, is a unique collection of almost 3.5 million old Irish photos and historical images and offers a fascinating insight into Irish life over the last six decades. From JFK and Grace Kelly visiting... (Page #5 of 7)

Lighthouse Keepers House, West Pier, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin

This building is now blocked up and disused.

Killiney 1960's

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Sorrento Terrace, Dalkey

View On Black Famous People of Dalkey: Many notable people have lived and worked in Dalkey. John Dowland, the melancholy Elizabethan luthenist and composer, may have been born here. George Bernard Shaw lived in Torca Cottage on Dalkey Hill from 1866 to 1874. Today the writer Maeve Binchy, author of many women's novels lives on Sorrento Road. Neil Jordan, director of many popular films such as "The Crying Game", "Michael Collins", and "The End Of The Affair" lives on Sorrento Terrace. U2 band…

Dún Laoghaire from Sandycove, Dublin, Ireland

Dún Laoghaire (in Irish pronounced [d̪ˠuːn̪ˠ ˈɫeːrʲə]; sometimes spelled Dún Laoire; Anglicised as Dunleary, pronounced /dʌn ˈlɪəri/) is a suburban seaside town and county seat of Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County, Ireland. The town is situated some 12 kilometres south of Dublin city centre, and is a major port of entry from Britain. The town's name derives from Laoghaire, a 5th century High King of Ireland, who chose the site as a sea base from which to carry out raids on Britain and France…

Christ the King Monument - Dun Laoghaire

A monument in Dún Laoghaire with historical significance is the Christ the King Monument. It took 46 years to be erected from the date it was first discussed. In 1931 a public meeting took place in the Town Hall concerning the erection of a statue to honour Christ. Dún Laoghaire was chosen as in ideal location because it was regarded as the 'gateway to Ireland'. The statue chosen had been designed by Andrew O'Connor to commemorate the dead of World War I. It was first exhibited in 1926 in…

Dun Laoghaire footpaths

For new upload Follow me on: Twiter , Facebook Dun Laoghaire is a very historical town. It used to be a small fishing village located on a rocky coast near Salthill, which was renowned for its production of salt. The original village, called Dunleary was situated near the beginning of the present West Pier. The present inner harbour, known as the coal harbour, dates from that time of the 18th Century.

Dun Laoghaire Baths (Derelict Since 1997)

Although the baths were recently painted, they have been derelict since 1997 and are considered by many to be an eyesore. Over the years there have been many plans for the area including constructing a lagoon beach, pedestrian bridge and aquatic play area and water-sports centre at a cost of up to €100m. But In April 2012 Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council announced that revised plans had been approved. They included: The demolition of all but two of the buildings on site. The Baths…


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