Articles of interest in Clondalkin
Dorset Street (Sráid Dorset in Irish) is an important thoroughfare on the northside of Dublin, Ireland, and was originally part of the Slighe Midh-Luchra, Dublin's ancient road to the north that begins where the original bridging point at Church Str…
Danesmoate House (formerly known as Glensouthwell or Glen Southwell) is a Georgian-style monumental house in the greater Rathfarnham area of County Dublin, Ireland.
Westmoreland Street is a street in the southern city-centre of Dublin, Ireland.
UCD GAA or University College Dublin Gaelic Athletic Association club is a Dublin based Gaelic games club in University College Dublin. The UCD hurling club was founded in 1900 and boasted the motto's "Ad Astra" and "Cothrom Féinne". The first team …
The Stag's Head is a pub on the corner of Dame Court and Dame Lane in Dublin, Ireland.
St. Werburgh's Church is a Church of Ireland church in Dublin, Ireland, and was built in 1178, shortly after the arrival of the Anglo-Normans in the town, and named after St. Werburgh, abbess of Ely and patron saint of Chester who died in 699 AD. It…
St. James' Church (Irish: Eaglais Naomh Séamais), a former Church of Ireland church in James's Street, Dublin, Ireland, was established in 1707. The corresponding parish, which was separated from that of nearby St. Catherine's, was established in 17…
St. Catherine's Church, on Thomas Street, in Dublin, Ireland, was originally built in 1185. It is located on what was once termed the "Slí Mhór" (Irish: Great Way) - a key route that ran westwards across Ireland from Dublin.
St Aidan's C.B.S. is an Irish Christian Brothers secondary school under the trusteeship of the Edmund Rice Schools Trust located on Collins Avenue, Dublin. It is beside Dublin City University. Most St. Aidan's students have progressed from the local…
St Oliver Plunketts/Eoghan Ruadh (Irish: Naomh Oilibhéar Pluincéad, Eoghan Ruadh ) is a Gaelic Athletic Association club situated on the Navan Road on the Northside of Dublin, Ireland. The St Oliver Plunketts senior football team are sponsored by Du…
Sir Patrick Dun’s Hospital was a hospital and school for physicians on Grand Canal Street, Dublin which opened in 1808 and was named after the Irish physician Sir Patrick Dun.
The Royal City of Dublin Hospital on Upper Baggot Street, Dublin, Ireland, was built in 1832. Its facade is of red brick and terracotta tiles, set back from the street.
Project Arts Centre is a multidisciplinary arts centre based in Temple Bar, Dublin, which hosts theatre, dance, music and performance.
Perrystown (Irish: Baile Pheire) is a small south Dublin suburb located between Terenure, Greenhills, Templeogue and Crumlin.
National Basketball Arena, also known as Tallaght Arena, is an indoor sporting arena located in Tallaght, Dublin, Ireland. It is used mainly for basketball events.
Na Fianna GAA Club (Irish: Cumann Lúthchleas Gael Na Fianna) is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in Glasnevin, in the Northside of Dublin, Ireland. It caters for the sporting and social needs of many connected residential areas adjacent to i…
Morton Stadium, or the National Athletics Stadium, is an athletics stadium in Santry Demense, Finglas in Ireland. Often called Santry Stadium, it is the centre for athletics events in Dublin city and the home track of Clonliffe Harriers and the foot…
Merrion Street (Irish: Sráid Mhuirfean) is a major Georgian street on the southside of Dublin, Ireland which runs along one side of Merrion Square. The garden entrance of Leinster House is located on the street, as is Irish Government Buildings, for…
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