Image of North Earl Street 1916 - courtesy of Dublin City Public Libraries

Image of North Earl Street 1916 - courtesy of Dublin City Public Libraries

Image of Sackville Street 1916 - courtest of Dublin City Public Libraries

Image of Sackville Street 1916 - courtest of Dublin City Public Libraries

Image of Sackville Street 1916 - courtest of Dublin City Public Libraries

Image of Sackville Street 1916 - courtest of Dublin City Public Libraries

Image of Sackville Street 1916 - courtest of Dublin City Public Libraries

Image of Sackville Street 1916 - courtest of Dublin City Public Libraries

Image of North Earl Street 1916 - courtesy of Dublin City Public Libraries

Image of North Earl Street 1916 - courtesy of Dublin City Public Libraries

For years our writer’s great aunt corresponded with one of Ireland’s leading republican rebels. Previously unpublished, these remarkable letters reveal the vision of the country’s founding fathers

My family’s link to the 1916 Easter Rising

Ireland prepares to mark Easter Rising centenary amid fears old tensions may resurface

https://flic.kr/p/2GKqkj | VIKING LONGSHIP "SEA STALLION" ARRIVES IN DUBLIN | Today, 14th August 2007 at 13.39, the crew of the Sea Stallion arrived in Dublin. Accompanied by the tunes of Irish Army No. 1 Band, the ship made fast at Custom House Quay in central Dublin.  The Sea Stallion from Glendalough is the Worlds largest reconstruction of a Viking Age warship  visit www.streetsofdublin.com/  See where this picture was taken. [?]

Were the Ancient Vikings Really a Bunch of Marauding Madmen?: On August 2007 at the crew of the Viking ship the Sea Stallion arrived in Dublin. Accompanied by the tunes of Irish Army No. 1 Band, the ship made fast at Custom House Quay in central Dublin.

James Joyce Bridge, Dublino (Santiago Calatrava)

James Joyce Bridge, Dublino (Santiago Calatrava)

Trinity College 1916 - courtesy of Dublin City Public Libraries

“That'll be the last time a car rams through the doors of Trinity college, Dublin.

The Easter Rising - Ireland in World War 1 I THE GREAT WAR Special

Easter 1916 was a turning point for Ireland and its situation between Home Rule and Irish soldiers serving on the fronts of Gallipoli and the Western Front.

https://flic.kr/p/gU3rs | OSCAR WILDE - MERRION SQUARE | In Merrion Square, inside the north west corner gateway, there's a gaudy statue of Oscar Wilde composed of different coloured stone, sitting on a large granite boulder. This has been called at least once The Queer with the Leer, The Fag on the Crag or The Quare in the Square ("quare" being a dialectal Irish pronunciation of queer).  See where this picture was taken. [?]

OSCAR WILDE – MERRION SQUARE Image by infomatique In Merrion Square, inside the north west corner gateway, there’s a gaudy statue of Oscar Wilde composed of different coloured stone, si…

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