Articles of interest in Swords
St. Mary's Abbey was a former Cistercian abbey located near Abbey Street in Dublin, Ireland. Its territory stretched from the district known as Oxmanstown down along the River Liffey until it met the sea. It also owned large estates in other parts o…
The School of Medicine at the University of Dublin, Trinity College in Dublin, Republic of Ireland (known until 2005 as the School of Physic), is the oldest medical school in Ireland. Founded in the early eighteenth century, it was originally situat…
Rialto is a suburb of Dublin's southside. It is located along the abandoned section from the Grand Canal to James Street Basin which was built to serve the Guinness Brewery.
Ongar is a suburb of Dublin city, in Fingal, Ireland.
The O’Connell School is a secondary school for boys located on North Richmond Street in Dublin, Ireland. The school, named in honour of the leader of Catholic Emancipation, Daniel O’Connell, has the distinction of being the oldest surviving Christia…
The National Stadium (Irish: An Staidiam Náisiúnta) or National Boxing Stadium, which is located in Dublin, is one of Ireland's best known boxing venues.
Malahide Cricket Club was founded in 1861 and is situated within Malahide Castle demesne, near the railway station. The club has over 400 members and is open all year round. The club currently fields 20 teams (5 Senior Men’s, 3 Ladies, 12 youth and …
Leeson Street (Irish: Sráid Líosain) is a thoroughfare near central Dublin, Ireland.
Lansdowne Road railway station (Irish: Stáisiún Bhóthar Lansdúin) serves Lansdowne Road in Dublin, Ireland.
Killester (Irish: Cill Easra) is a small, largely residential suburb of Dublin and lies on the Northside of the city.
Irishtown (Irish: An Baile Gaelach) is a district of Dublin, Ireland.
The Institute of Education (IOE) was founded in 1969 by Irish applied mathematics school teacher, Raymond Kearns, and is currently one of the largest private secondary schools in Ireland. Unlike most other Irish secondary schools, the Institute only…
Henrietta Street (Irish: Sráid Henrietta) is a Dublin street, to the north of Bolton Street on the north side of the city, first laid out and developed by Luke Gardiner during the 1720s. A very wide street relative to streets in other 18th-century c…
Greenhills (Irish: Na Glaschnoic) is a suburb of Dublin in Ireland. It sits between Kimmage, Tallaght, Templeogue, Terenure and Walkinstown. It is generally understood to comprise the Greenhills Estate (the "saints" roads, e.g. St. Josephs's Road, S…
Grand Canal Dock railway station (Irish: Stáisiún Dug na Canálach Móire) serves the Grand Canal Dock area in Dublin, Ireland.
Frescati (sometimes misspelled 'Frascati') was an estate situated in Blackrock, Dublin, between the mountains and the sea. During the eighteenth century, Blackrock found favour with the well-to-do of Ireland and it grew into a fashionable seaside re…
Fitzwilliam Square is a Georgian garden square in the south of central Dublin, Ireland.
Fishamble Street (Irish: Sráid Sheamlas an Éisc) is a street in Dublin, Ireland within the old city walls.
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