The Forty Foot is a promontory on the southern tip of Dublin Bay at Sandycove, County Dublin, Ireland, from which people have been swimming in the Irish Sea all year round for some 250 years.
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Swords (from Irish: Sord Cholmcille) is the county town of Fingal in County Dublin, Ireland. It is variously defined as an expansive satellite town within commuting distance of Dublin proper, as a large suburb of the capital and as an emerging city in its own right. It is about 13 km north of Dublin city centre. The name "Swords" may also be applied to the townland, the civil parish or to the local electoral area. At the 2011 census the total urban population of greater Swords was 42,738 but when local electoral area definitions are taken into account, the population is 68,583.
Latitude: 53° 27' 34.99" N
Longitude: -6° 13' 5.02" W
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Boland's Mill is located on the Grand Canal Dock in Dublin, Ireland on Ringsend Road between the inner basin of Grand Canal Dock and Barrow Street. Contrary to popular belief, this was not the location of the headquarters of the 3d Battalion of Iris…
Baggot Street (Irish: Sráid Bhagóid) is a street in Dublin, Ireland. It is named after Baggotrath, the manor granted to Robert Bagod in the 13th century.
Ashtown Castle (Irish Caisleán Bhaile an Ásaighis) a fortified house in the Phoenix Park in Dublin.
Ardgillan Castle is a country house in Balbriggan, Fingal, Ireland.
Talbot Street (Irish: Sráid Thalbóid) is a city-centre street located on Dublin's Northside and is one of the principal shopping streets of Dublin, running from Connolly station and the IFSC at Amiens Street in the east to Marlborough Street in the …
St. Audoen's Church is the church of the parish of St. Audoen in the Church of Ireland, located south of the River Liffey at Cornmarket in Dublin, Ireland. This was close to the centre of the medieval city. The parish is in the Diocese of Dublin and…
St Ita's Hospital, Portrane, formerly Portrane Asylum is a long stay facility for those with intellectual disabilities and those with long term mental illnesses. It is currently being scaled back in operations with planned mixed use development.
St Columba's College is a co-educational boarding and day school founded in 1843 located in Whitechurch, Dublin, Ireland. Among the founders of the college are Edwin Richard W. W. Quin, Lord Adare (afterwards third Earl of Dunraven), the Right Hon. …
Rathfarnham Castle (Irish: Caisleán Rath Fearnáin) is a 16th-century castle in Rathfarnham, South Dublin, Ireland.
People's Park is a public park in Dún Laoghaire, Ireland, near the East Pier.
Omni Park Shopping Centre is a shopping centre and retail park in the Republic of Ireland. Located in Santry, in the north of Dublin close to the M50 motorway. It comprises over 28,600 square metres (308,000 sq ft) of retail space in 86 retail units…
The National Wax Museum is a privately owned waxworks museum in Dublin, Ireland.
Mulhuddart (Irish: Mullach Eadrad, meaning "the hill of the milking place") is a suburb situated to the north-west of Dublin city, Ireland. It is also a civil parish in the barony of Castleknock.
The Mater Misericordiae University Hospital (commonly known as the Mater or MMUH (Irish: Ospidéal an Mater Misercordiae)) is a major teaching hospital, based at Eccles Street, Phibsboro, on the northside of Dublin, Ireland.
Kilbarrack (Irish: Cill Bharróg - Church of St. Berach or of young Barra) is a residential suburb of Dublin, Ireland, running inwards from the coast, about 8 km (5.0 mi) from the city's centre.
Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane (originally called The Municipal Gallery of Modern Art) is an art gallery funded by Dublin City Council and located in Charlemont House in Dublin, Ireland.
Donnybrook Stadium is a rugby union stadium in Donnybrook, Dublin 4, Ireland.