Catholic University School (CUS) is a private (independent), Catholic, secondary and preparatory school for boys in Dublin, Ireland.
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Sallynoggin (Irish: An Naigín) is an area of Dublin in Ireland, in Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown county and the Dáil constituency of Dún Laoghaire.
Latitude: 53° 16' 45.01" N
Longitude: -6° 08' 26.09" W
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Ballinteer (Irish: Baile an tSaoir, meaning "Home of the Stonemason") is a southside suburb of Dublin, located in Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown county, Ireland, extensively developed from the late 1960s onwards.
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (Irish: An Roinn Gnóthaí Eachtracha agus Trádála) is a department of the Government of Ireland that is responsible for promoting the interests of Ireland in the European Union and the wider world.
The High School is an independent, co-educational school located in Rathgar, Dublin, Ireland.The school is Protestant managed and its ethos is that of the Church of Ireland.
Templeogue (from Irish: Teach Mealóg, meaning "New Church of Saint Mel") is a suburb of southwest Dublin in Ireland.
O’Donoghue’s Pub is a historically significant drinking establishment located at 15 Merrion Row, Dublin 2, Ireland—near St. Stephen's Green on Dublin’s south side.
The UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School is the business school of University College Dublin, located in Blackrock in Dublin, Republic of Ireland, on the site of the former Carysfort College, a teacher training college.
Killiney Hill (Irish: Cnoc Chill Iníon Léinín) is the southernmost of the two hills which form the southern boundary of Dublin Bay (the other being Dalkey Hill). Crowned by an obelisk, the hill is 153 metres high and offers beautiful views over the …
The Irish Museum of Modern Art (Irish: Áras Nua-Ealaíne na hÉireann) also known as IMMA, is Ireland's leading national institution for the collection and presentation of modern and contemporary art. Located in Dublin, the Museum presents a wide vari…
Hill 16 officially called Dineen/Hill 16 is a terrace on the railway end of Croke Park, the show-piece stadium of the Gaelic Athletic Association in Dublin City, Ireland.
Collins Barracks (Irish: Dún Uí Choileáin) is a former military barracks in the Arbour Hill area of Dublin, Ireland. The buildings are now the National Museum of Ireland, Decorative Arts and History.
Bray Head (Irish: Ceann Bhré) is a 241 m (791 ft) hill and headland located in northern County Wicklow, Ireland, between the towns of Bray and Greystones. It forms part of the Wicklow Mountains and is a popular spot with hillwalkers. At the top of t…
Belfield is a small enclave, not quite a suburb, in Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown, Ireland.
Terenure College is a Carmelites-run secondary school located in the Terenure area of Dublin, Ireland. The College was founded in 1860 and comprises a primary and secondary school. The school is part of the popular culture "Rugby Belt" or Leinster S…
Synge Street CBS is a Christian Brothers School located on Synge Street, in Dublin 8, Ireland.
St Patrick's College (Irish: Coláiste Phádraig) is a linked college of Dublin City University since 1993, located in Drumcondra, Dublin, Ireland. The college is in existence since 1875 and has a Roman Catholic ethos. It is the largest primary teache…
The River Poddle (Irish: An Poitéal) is a river in County Dublin in Ireland. The city of Dublin is named after a "dark pool" (dubh linn, in Irish) that was once on its course.
Parnell Street (Irish: Sráid Pharnell) is located on Dublin's Northside and runs from Capel Street in the west to Gardiner Street and Mountjoy Square in the east.