Sights around Dublin, Ireland: Click on a red flower icon (or see text below) to see image. Popup text also describes location


Amiens Street, just past Connolly Station heading toward Malahide. Typical street scene with double decker buses

Bank of Ireland (1729)

Brazen Head Pub, oldest in Ireland (1198)

O'Donovan Rossa Bridge over the river Liffey (1816)

Polishing plaque at Trinity College

Connolly Station (Luas=street car & Train station)

Christ Church Cathedral Chapter House ruins (1030)

bridge between Christ Church Cathedral and Dublinia in Synod Hall (1870's)

Inside Dublin City Hall (1779)

Custom House Building (1791)

The Four Courts (1785)

Birds near Christ Church Cathedral

Old Dublin City wall south of St. Auden (1275)

Dublin Castle (1204)

Essex Quay Street next to the Liffey River

Hare of the Dog (= "hair of the dog", get it?) outside St. Stephens Green

Harpist at busy street corner in Dublin

Library of the Royal College of Surgeons

Father Matthew Bridge over the Liffey River (1818)

Molly Malone

Mount Street Lower near Merrion Square

O'Connell Bridge looking eastward (1880)

Grattan Bridge over the Liffey river

The Spire Tower (2003)

St. Marys Church (1702)

St. Patrick's Cathedral (1192)

Mount Street Lower with townhouses looking toward Merrion Square

St. Stephens Church (1824) near Merrion Square

Trinity College Campanile

Entrance to Trinity College (est. 1592)

Old Library at Trinity College housing the Book of Kells (~800) and the Long Room

Trinity College North Residence