Sheriff Street (Irish: Sráid an tSirriam), known by locals as "Sheriffer," or "The Street" is a small area in the north inner city of Dublin, Ireland, lying between East Wall and North Wall and often considered to be part of the latter.
Articles near the latitude and longitude of Dollymount
Dollymount (Irish: Cnocán Doirinne), often known as "Dollyer" to Dubliners, is a coastal suburban area on the north coast of Dublin Bay, within Clontarf, on the northside of Dublin, Ireland, just East of Saint Anne's Park.
Latitude: 53° 21' 53.60" N
Longitude: -6° 10' 49.15" W
Articles of interest in Dollymount
712 Articles of interest near Dollymount, IrelandShow all articles in the map
Kimmage (Irish: Camaigh) is a small residential suburb located on the south side of Dublin, Ireland. Surrounded by Crumlin, Greenhills, Harold's Cross, Rathfarnham, Templeogue and Terenure, the name Kimmage comes from the Irish Gaelic cam uisce, whi…
Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology (Irish: Institiúid Ealaíona,Dearadh agus Teicneolaíochta Dhún Laoghaire) or IADT is located at Dún Laoghaire, Ireland.
Deans Grange Cemetery, or more commonly known today as Deansgrange Cemetery, is situated in the suburban area of Deansgrange in the Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown part of the former County Dublin, Ireland. Since it first opened in 1865, over 150,000 people …
Clonskeagh or Clonskea (Irish: Cluain Sceach, meaning "meadow of the whitethorn"; pronounced [klɔnskiː]), is a southern suburb of Dublin, Ireland.
Cathal Brugha Barracks is an Irish Army barracks in Rathmines, Dublin.
This article is about Wesley College in Dublin, Ireland.
Stoneybatter, historically known as Bohernaglogh (Irish: Bóthar na gCloch), is a neighbourhood of Dublin, Ireland, situated on the Northside of the city between the River Liffey, the North Circular Road, Smithfield Market, and Grangegorman.
Stepaside (Irish: An Chéim) is an area of Dublin located in Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown, Ireland.
The National Aquatic Centre (NAC) (Irish: Ionad Náisiúnta Uisce) is Ireland's principal facility for water sports, and forms part of the national sports campus.
The Law Society of Ireland (in Irish: Dlí-Chumann na hÉireann) is the educational, representative and regulatory body of the solicitors' profession in the Republic of Ireland.
Firhouse (Irish: Teach Giúise) is a suburb of South Dublin, Ireland, developed from what was historically a rural village.
Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann (Irish pronunciation: [kɔwal̪ˠt̪ˠəsˠ coːl̪ˠt̪ˠoːɾʲiː ˈeːrʲən̪ˠ], meaning "Society of the Musicians of Ireland") is the primary Irish organisation dedicated to the promotion of the music, song, dance and the language of Ir…
The Baily Lighthouse is a lighthouse on the southeastern part of Howth Head in Dublin, Ireland.
Wood Quay (Irish: An Ché Adhmaid) is a riverside area of Dublin that was a site of Viking settlement. The site is bounded on the north side by Wood Quay on the River Liffey, on the west by Winetavern Street, on the south by John's Lane and on the ea…
Booterstown,(Irish: Baile an Bhóthair, meaning "town of the road"), is a coastal townland and civil parish, situated in the Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown, about 7 km (4.3 mi) south of the city of Dublin in Ireland.
Vicar Street is a concert, performing arts centre and events venue in Dublin, Ireland. Located on Thomas Street, Dublin 8, Vicar Street has capacity for 1,050 people for seated performances and 1,500 people for standing gigs. The venue is owned by H…
Swords Castle was built as the manorial residence of the first Anglo-Norman Archbishop of Dublin, John Comyn, around 1200 or a little later in Swords, just north of Dublin. The castle was never strong in the military sense, but is unusual in that th…