Liberties College is an educational institution in Bull Alley Street, County Dublin, Republic of Ireland.
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Blanchardstown (Irish: Baile Bhlainséir) is a large suburb of Dublin in Fingal, Ireland, located 10 km north-west of the city centre. It is within the historical barony of Castleknock, the Dublin 15 postal area and the Dublin West electoral constituency. It is largest urban area in the county.
Latitude: 53° 23' 17.02" N
Longitude: -6° 22' 32.02" W
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Kilnamanagh (Irish: Cill na Manach) is a suburban residential area in Tallaght, South Dublin, Ireland.
Jobstown (/ˈdʒoʊbz.taʊn/; Irish: Ráth Miontáin) is a suburb of Tallaght in Ireland.
The Iveagh Trust /ˈaɪviː/ is a provider of affordable housing in and around Dublin, Ireland. It was initially a component of the Guinness Trust, founded in 1890 by Edward Guinness, 1st Earl of Iveagh, great-grandson of the founder of the Guinness Br…
Harcourt Street railway station is a former railway terminus in Dublin.
Glenmalure Park, often simply known as "Milltown", was a football stadium on the Southside of Dublin city in Ireland. Located in the suburb of Milltown, it was home to Shamrock Rovers from 1926 to 1987, when it was sold to property developers by the…
Drimnagh Castle Secondary School (Meánscoil Iognáid Rís) is a Christian Brothers secondary school located on the Long Mile Road in the suburb of Drimnagh, Dublin.
Dominican College Sion Hill is one of the oldest girls' secondary schools in Ireland. It was founded in 1836 in Blackrock, County Dublin in Ireland. Its approach to education is based on the Dominican ideal of developing the whole person.
Temple Street Children's University Hospital is a children's hospital located on Temple Street, Dublin, Ireland. It was founded in 1872 and serves North Dublin City and County and provides a secondary and tertiary referral and care service both regi…
Bushy Park is a large, 20.5 hectares (51 acres), suburban public park in Terenure, Dublin, Ireland.
The Broadmeadow viaduct, in Ireland, carries the main Dublin to Belfast railway across the Broadmeadow Estuary, about 13 kilometres north of Dublin, just north of Malahide. It is approximately 180 metres (600 feet) long and it is a section of a long…
Beggars Bush is the site of a former barracks on Haddington Road in Dublin, Ireland, as well the surrounding area and a nearby pub.
Ballyfermot College of Further Education (also known as BCFE) is an educational institution in Ballyfermot, Dublin, Ireland.
Ballyboden St. Enda's (CLG Baile Buadáin Naomh Éanna in Irish) is a Gaelic Athletic Association club in Knocklyon, Dublin, Republic of Ireland. The Club serves the Knocklyon, Ballycullen, Rathfarnham, Ballyboden, Ballyroan, Firhouse areas. They offe…
Balgriffin (Irish: Baile Ghrífín, meaning Griffin's Town) is residential area in Fingal, Ireland.
Baldonnel (Irish: Baile Dhónaill, meaning "homestead of the O'Donnels"), is a townland, and industrial/agricultural area near Clondalkin, Tallaght, Lucan, Saggart and Naas, in west County Dublin. It is chiefly known as the location of the headquarte…
Abbeville, formerly Abbeyville House, is an 18th-century country house in the townland of Abbeyville, civil parish of Kinsealy, County Dublin, Ireland, best known as the home of Charles Haughey during his years as Taoiseach.
The 2002 IAAF World Cross Country Championships took place on March 23/24, 2002. The races were held at the Leopardstown Racecourse, Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown, near Dublin, Ireland.