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O'Connell Street, Dublín

O’Connell Street, Dublin, Needle, Millennium Spire

The pepper pot [Dublin]

The Pepper Pot, Powerscourt Town House Centre, South William Street, Dublin.

Belfast Castle - Northern Ireland

Belfast Castle - Northern Ireland

Jameson Distillery (cool chandelier) in Dublin, Ireland. Summer 2013

Jameson Distillery (cool chandelier) in Dublin, Ireland.

Ireland, Dublin, River Liffey

Ireland, Dublin, River Liffey

The History of the Shamrock- by Michelle Gervais.  Full of symbolism, this plant has mystical roots. Shamrocks have been symbolic of many things over the years. According to legend, the shamrock was a sacred plant to the Druids of Ireland because its leaves formed a triad, and three was a mystical number in the Celtic religion, as in many others. St. Patrick used the shamrock in the 5th century to illustrate the doctrine of the Holy Trinity as he introduced Christianity to Ireland

The History of the Shamrock ~ For Druid, Celtic religions, symbolized the mystical number St. Patrick used the shamrock to illustrate the Holy Trinity as he introduced Christianity to Ireland.

Saint Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin

Saint Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin - February 2017

Hodges Figgis -the nicest bookshop in Dublin, on Dawson street by sasha

Hodges Figgis -the nicest bookshop in Dublin, on Dawson street use to get my school books here,,

Spanning the River Liffey in Dublin, Ireland, this cast-iron pedestrian bridge is commonly called the Ha’penny Bridge because of the short-lived toll once required to cross it. Known as Droichead na Leathphingine in Irish Gaelic, it opened in 1816 and currently accommodates nearly thirty thousand pedestrians every day.

Photo Essay: Bridges of the World

Dublin Free Walking Tour (north ande south side tours) - Dublin, Ireland

Dublin Free Walking Tour (Ireland): Top Tips Before You Go (with Photos) - TripAdvisor

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