Dartmouth Square (Cearnóg Dartmouth) is a garden square near Ranelagh, in D6, Dublin.
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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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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…
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.
Charlesland is a high density development located on the southside of Greystones in County Wicklow, Ireland, about 25 kilometres from Dublin city centre.
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.
Booterstown Marsh, a Nature Reserve, is located in Booterstown, County Dublin, between the coastal railway line and the Rock Road. It is an area of salt marsh and muds, with brackish water. It includes the only salt marsh, and the only bird sanctuar…
Ballyogan (Irish: Baile Uí Ógáin, meaning "Hogan's town") is a residential area in Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown, Ireland. It is located approximately 12 km south of Dublin city centre. It is bounded to the west and north by Stepaside and Sandyford; across…
Wanderers ( Irish: Fánaithe Bhaile Baodáin) are a small Gaelic Athletic Association club located in Ballyboden, Dublin, Ireland.
Ballinteer St. Johns (Irish: Naomh Eoin Bhaile an tSaoir ) is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in Ballinteer, south Dublin, Ireland.
Annesley Bridge crosses the River Tolka in Fairview.
Éire Óg Greystones GAA Club is a Gaelic Athletic Association club with approximately 600 members and 20 different teams competing in Hurling, Gaelic Football, and Ladies Football in Wicklow League and Championship competitions. It comprises adult an…
William Dargan Bridge, opened in 2004, is a cable-stayed bridge in Dundrum, Dublin in Ireland. It carries the LUAS light rail line (Green Line) across a busy road junction.
The Cabbage Garden is a former burial ground off Upper Kevin St. in Dublin's south inner city. It was consecrated by Archbishop Margetson in 1668. It consisted of a plot of land which was set apart by the Dean and Chapter of St. Patrick's Cathedral …
Sutton Park is one of the constituent housing estates which make up the district of Bayside (Irish: Cois Bá), a residential suburb on the northside of Dublin, Ireland. Comprising multiple roads named "Sutton Park", as well as Sutton Lawns, Downs and…
Sutton Creek is part of Dublin Bay that lies between the southwestern part of Howth Head and the northeast end of Bull Island.