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Dublin liberties

Collection by Paul Patrick Fox

Paul Patrick Fox
Historian Liz Gillis leads a walking tour - 'Republicans in the Liberties': Robert Emmet Kilmainham Gaol, Church Of Ireland, Irish Catholic, St Peter's Church, Irish Eyes, Irish Dance, Ireland Travel, Walking Tour, Historian

Historian Liz Gillis leads a walking tour - 'Republicans in the Liberties'

Here on the 20th. September 1803, Robert Emmet, patriot, was hanged, drawn and quartered in Thomas Street, Dublin. He was the last person to receive this barbaric sentence from a British court. Robert Emmet (4 March 1778 – 20 September 1803) was an Irish nationalist and Republican, orator and rebel leader. He led an abortive rebellion against British rule in 1803 and was captured, tried and executed for high treason. Robert Emmet came from a wealthy Protestant family who sympathised with…

FRANCIS STREET IN THE LIBERTIES (Dublin) - Public Art Photo Story, Public Art, Dublin, Art Supplies, Liberty, Ireland, Graffiti, Street Art, Artwork


Iveagh Markets (Dublin) 7 May 2010 Ireland Pictures, Dublin Ireland, In Boston, Old Photos, Ballet, Mood, Marketing, Space, Street

Iveagh Markets (Dublin) 7 May 2010

Iveagh Markets from Francis Street, Dublin. by nerosunero

The Liberties Market, Meath St. James Horan, Back In Time, My Dream, Dublin, Liberty, Marketing, Street, Image, Photography

Liberties Market | Sydney Photographer James Horan's archive

The Liberty Market Dublin, Ireland. The Liberty Market on Meath Street and Thomas Street are like stepping back in time to a pre Celtic Tiger Ireland. The Liberties has a real sense of community where old friends spend as much time chatting as they do shopping. The area could be the last pocket of resistance to the homogenization of Dublin. The market sells great value fruit and vegetables and a selection of knock-offs and out-of-date goods. The markets are held every Thursday to Saturday…

Iveagh Markets (Dublin) 7 May 2010 Dublin City, Old Photos, Over The Years, Liberty, Ireland, Sculpture, Marketing, Detail, Artwork

Iveagh Markets (Dublin) 7 May 2010

Iveagh Markets from Francis Street, Dublin. by nerosunero

The dilipidated Iveagh Markets on Francis Street, Dublin in Construction, being undertaken by Temple Bar hotelier and publican Martin Keane, is expected to start soon and finish in Photograph: Dara Mac Dnaill/The Irish Times Dublin Street, Dublin City, Derelict Buildings, Temple Bar, Irish Times, Dead Space, Social Housing, Planning Permission, Craft Markets

13 Things I Found on the Internet Today (Vol. XCV)

1. A Rolling Stones Gig, 2 days after the death of their founding member On July 5, 1969, the Rolling Stones played to over 250,000 people in Hyde Park. The festival was an important one for the Stones. They had not performed a public concert since their 1967 European Tour, and in 1968 had only p