Articles of interest in An Ros
St. Assam's is the name of two historic churches in the village of Raheny, Dublin, one a picturesque ruin in the middle of the village, one the structurally sound but no longer primary church built for the local Roman Catholic community of the area …
Pearse Square is a Georgian garden square in Dublin bounded on its south side by Pearse Street. It was formerly known as Queen Square and dates from 1839.Pearse Square, Dublin City Council The park in the centre is just over half a hectare in size a…
Park Avenue (Irish: Ascaill na Páirce) in the suburb of Sandymount, Dublin 4, Ireland is the name of a road joining Sydney Parade Avenue to Gilford Road. It is home to a number of cricket and rugby grounds including Pembroke Cricket Club, the Railwa…
Old Connaught house is an old house located in Dublin, Ireland.
O'Dwyers GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based at Hamlet Lane, Balbriggan, County Dublin, Ireland, serving the communities of Balbriggan, Balrothery, Balscadden and surrounding areas.
Northside Shopping Centre is a shopping centre, that is located in Coolock, a suburban area in Dublin's Northside.
Man-O-War GFC is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in Man Of War, Fingal in Ireland.
Man Of War (also known as Man O' War) is a small populated place in Fingal, Ireland. It is centred on the townlands of Courtlough, Malhenry and Palmerstown which lie in the civil parish of Balrothery.
Irishtown Nature Park is a small park in Dublin 4, Ireland that offers several kilometres of walking trails along the Poolbeg Peninsula. The park was created out of an area of landfill that was allowed to go wild.
The Fingal Sports Complex was a facility set to be built in Lusk, Fingal by Fingal County Council.
East Wall Road (Irish: Bóthar an Phoirt Thoir) runs from the junction of the East-Link drawbridge and North Wall Quay, along the side of the northern part of Dublin port to the junction of the North Strand Road and Poplar Row.The Point Theatre lay a…
Donaghmede Shopping Centre is a shopping centre, that is located in Donaghmede, a suburb in Dublin's Northside.
Claremont Road is a cricket ground in Dublin, Ireland.
Belmayne is a development of housing, and adjunct facilities, in Balgriffin, a northern suburb of Dublin, Ireland, commenced in 2006/7.
Woodvale Road is a cricket ground in Eglinton, Northern Ireland.
Tritonville Road (Irish: Bóthar Tritonville), Sandymount, Dublin 4, is connected to Lansdowne Road by both Herbert Road and Newbridge Avenue.
Sandymount Avenue (Irish: Ascaill Dhumhach Thrá) joins Merrion Road to Gilford Road in Sandymount, Dublin. Sandymount railway station is located roughly halfway along it at a level crossing.
Newbridge Avenue (Irish: Ascaill an Droichid Nua) is a road in the Sandymount district of Dublin which links Herbert Road and Tritonville Road.
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