DUN LAOGHAIRE COUNTY DUBLIN

Dún Laoghaire is a suburban seaside town in County Dublin, Ireland. It is about 12 km (7.5 miles) south of Dublin city centre. Dún Laoghaire is the county town of Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown county and formerly a major port of entry from Britain. From 1821 to 1920 it was named Kingstown. #Ireland #DunLaoghaire
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Teddy’s Ice Cream: You can’t visit Dun Laoghaire without taking a stroll on the East Pier  and nearby is the famous Teddy’s Ice cream which is definitely worth a visit before or after your stroll.   Teddy himself, real name Edward Jacob and now retired to the south of France, first opened his business in 1950 selling ice cream from a small shop overlooking the wide expanse of Scotsman's Bay, at the end of Windsor Terrace.

TEDDY’S FAMOUS ICE CREAM Image by infomatique Teddy’s Ice Cream You can’t visit Dun Laoghaire without taking a stroll on the East Pier and nearby is the famous Teddy’s Ice cream which…

Teddy’s Ice Cream: You can’t visit Dun Laoghaire without taking a stroll on the East Pier  and nearby is the famous Teddy’s Ice cream which is definitely worth a visit before or after your stroll.   Teddy himself, real name Edward Jacob and now retired to the south of France, first opened his business in 1950 selling ice cream from a small shop overlooking the wide expanse of Scotsman's Bay, at the end of Windsor Terrace.

TEDDY’S FAMOUS ICE CREAM Image by infomatique Teddy’s Ice Cream You can’t visit Dun Laoghaire without taking a stroll on the East Pier and nearby is the famous Teddy’s Ice cream which…

Teddy’s Ice Cream: You can’t visit Dun Laoghaire without taking a stroll on the East Pier  and nearby is the famous Teddy’s Ice cream which is definitely worth a visit before or after your stroll.   Teddy himself, real name Edward Jacob and now retired to the south of France, first opened his business in 1950 selling ice cream from a small shop overlooking the wide expanse of Scotsman's Bay, at the end of Windsor Terrace.

TEDDY’S FAMOUS ICE CREAM Image by infomatique Teddy’s Ice Cream You can’t visit Dun Laoghaire without taking a stroll on the East Pier and nearby is the famous Teddy’s Ice cream which…

Teddy’s Ice Cream: You can’t visit Dun Laoghaire without taking a stroll on the East Pier  and nearby is the famous Teddy’s Ice cream which is definitely worth a visit before or after your stroll.   Teddy himself, real name Edward Jacob and now retired to the south of France, first opened his business in 1950 selling ice cream from a small shop overlooking the wide expanse of Scotsman's Bay, at the end of Windsor Terrace.

TEDDY’S FAMOUS ICE CREAM Image by infomatique Teddy’s Ice Cream You can’t visit Dun Laoghaire without taking a stroll on the East Pier and nearby is the famous Teddy’s Ice cream which…

Teddy’s Ice Cream: You can’t visit Dun Laoghaire without taking a stroll on the East Pier  and nearby is the famous Teddy’s Ice cream which is definitely worth a visit before or after your stroll.   Teddy himself, real name Edward Jacob and now retired to the south of France, first opened his business in 1950 selling ice cream from a small shop overlooking the wide expanse of Scotsman's Bay, at the end of Windsor Terrace.

TEDDY’S FAMOUS ICE CREAM Image by infomatique Teddy’s Ice Cream You can’t visit Dun Laoghaire without taking a stroll on the East Pier and nearby is the famous Teddy’s Ice cream which…

Teddy’s Ice Cream: You can’t visit Dun Laoghaire without taking a stroll on the East Pier  and nearby is the famous Teddy’s Ice cream which is definitely worth a visit before or after your stroll.   Teddy himself, real name Edward Jacob and now retired to the south of France, first opened his business in 1950 selling ice cream from a small shop overlooking the wide expanse of Scotsman's Bay, at the end of Windsor Terrace.

TEDDY’S FAMOUS ICE CREAM Image by infomatique Teddy’s Ice Cream You can’t visit Dun Laoghaire without taking a stroll on the East Pier and nearby is the famous Teddy’s Ice cream which…

Old Victorian Fountain In The People's Park In Dun Laoghaire - Ireland #Ireland #Park #Victorian

Old Victorian Fountain In The People's Park In Dun Laoghaire - Ireland

Old Victorian Fountain In The People's Park In Dun Laoghaire - Ireland #Ireland #Park #Victorian

Old Victorian Fountain In The People's Park In Dun Laoghaire - Ireland

This Russian gun was one of  3,000 that were captured during the Crimean War. Most of them were reportedly from the siege of Sebastopol . In the Treaty of Paris, which ended the war, it was agreed that each of the victors would receive cannons from the Russians as trophies of their victory. Some of these Russian guns were put on display in towns throughout Britain and Ireland. In Ireland over 20 towns are believed to have applied for and received a Russian gun for display.  #Cannon #Gun…

RUSSIAN CANNON IN DUN LAOGHAIRE Image by infomatique According to the Kingstown Town Commissioners minutes of July 16 pounds was raised from the townships rates for the purchase of one ‘Russian gun’ from the Secretary for War, Lord Panmure.

Old Victorian Fountain In The People's Park In Dun Laoghaire - Ireland #Ireland #Park #Victorian

Old Victorian Fountain In The People's Park In Dun Laoghaire - Ireland

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