George's Quay is a street and quay in Dublin on the southern bank of the River Liffey.
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Donnybrook (Irish: Domhnach Broc, meaning "The Church of Saint Broc") is a district of Dublin, Ireland. It is situated on the southside of the city, in the Dublin 4 postal district, and is home to the Irish public service broadcaster Raidió Teilifís Éireann (RTÉ). It was once part of the Pembroke Township. Its neighbouring suburbs are Ballsbridge, Sandymount, Ranelagh and Clonskeagh. It is also a civil parish mainly situated in the old barony of Dublin.
Latitude: 53° 18' 49.50" N
Longitude: -6° 13' 21.86" W
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Garda is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in Dublin, Ireland, founded in 1922. Garda have won the Dublin Senior Football Championship on six occasions in 1927, 1929, 1933, 1934, 1935 and 1948. Garda won the Dublin Intermediate Football Champ…
Gaelcholáiste Reachrann is an Irish-speaking secondary school (Irish: gaelscoil),in Donaghmede on Dublin's Northside, sharing premises and some teachers with Grange Community College.
Father Collins Park is a public park located in Dublin, Ireland, near the boundary of Dublin city and Fingal. Its official address is Donaghmede, and it is located near the new development at Clongriffin, with Balgriffin a little to the west.
Fingallians is a Gaelic Athletic Association club in Swords, County Dublin, Ireland.
The Faculty of Dentistry of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland was Founded in 1963.
Edmondstown (Irish: Baile Éamainn) is an area in South Dublin. It situated on the R116 regional road, south of Ballyboden and north of Rockbrook, in the valley of the Oewdoher River. Edmondstown National School is a senior primary school which serve…
Eamonn Doran's was a bar and music venue located in the heart of Dublin's Temple Bar area and was formerly known as The Rock Garden.
Donnybrook Cemetery is located close to the river Dodder in Donnybrook, Dublin, Ireland. The cemetery was the location of an old Celtic church founded by Saint Broc and later a church dedicated to St. Mary.
Dartmouth Square (Cearnóg Dartmouth) is a garden square near Ranelagh, in D6, Dublin.
Dalkey railway station (Irish: Stáisiún Dheilginis) serves Dalkey in Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown, Ireland.
Originally opened as the College of Catering in 1941, The Faculty of Tourism and Food was founded in 1977, and the Head of Faculty was Michael Mulvey, PhD. In a restructuring of The Faculty in 2019, the School of Hospitality Management and Tourism A…
Coolmine railway station serves Coolmine, County Dublin, Ireland.
Clontarf GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association based in Clontarf, Dublin, Ireland club.
St. Nicholas Without is a former Church of Ireland parish church in Dublin, Ireland. For several hundred years the north transept of St.
Castleknock Hurling and Football Club is a Dublin GAA club centred on the village of Carpenterstown in Fingal, Ireland. It serves large parts of the suburban areas of Blanchardstown and Castleknock.
Britain Quay is a quay and street in Dublin on the south bank of the River Liffey between Sir John Rogerson's Quay and the confluence of the River Liffey, River Dodder and Grand Canal.
Brehon's Chair (also known as Taylors Grange) is a sacred megalithic site in Rathfarnham, County Dublin, Ireland in the grounds of a private gated condominium. It is a national heritage site.