Saint Stephen's Green
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St Stephen's Green is a city centre public park in Dublin, Ireland. The park is adjacent to one of Dublin's main shopping streets, Grafton Street, and to a shopping centre named for it. At 22 acres, it is the largest of the parks in Dublin's main Georgian squares.
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Whether you’re a Dubliner or a visitor, this is the park to wander round or relax in.
This beautiful park is a must visit place. You enjoy the greenery accented by the Dublin's famous mild rains.
This 22-acre park at the top of Grafton Street is a sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of the city's streets. Take time out to explore the tree lined walks, shrubbery and colourful flowerbeds around the lake. On weekends the railings of St Stephen's Green become an al fresco art gallery as local…
Stephen's Green Shopping Centre is a large indoor shopping centre located at the top of Grafton Street on the Southside of Dublin. It is named after St. Stephen's Green, a major city park situated across the road from its main entrance.
Beautiful park at the top of Grafton Street and a great place to sip a coffee and watch the world go by. Butlers coffee at at the top of Grafton St just before the green does excellent coffee. don't forget your free chocolate!
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“The Phoenix Park is one of Europe's largest and most beautiful vibrant parks, it has a zoo, wild deer roam in the fields, the Oak trees are home to much wildlife and squirrels cafes, memorials, bicycles can be rented, a wonderful space to walk and relax..”
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“Book of Kells can be viewed there and a lot of films were made there due to the old cobble stones and just the feel of the place.”
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“South Dublin's main shopping street. Many great, small boutiques and places of interest off the side streets.”
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“Guinness is arguably one of Dublin’s most iconic exports and is hugely popular with visitors to the capital. Guinness® is synonymous with Ireland so when you're in Dublin, you can't leave without learning how the world-famous drink is made and then sample it for yourself at the end in the panoramic Gravity Bar. Tip - it's really nice to time the gravity bar before evening hits so you can see the lights of the city turn on from the beautiful views from this bar. And don't forget to learn how to pull a "real" pint the way the Dubs do it. - A ‘perfect’ pour of Guinness should take 119.5 seconds at a 45 degree angle!!! ”
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“Built in honour of Ireland’s patron saint, St Patrick’s Cathedral is one of the most important historic landmarks in Dublin. Dating back to 1191 to the site of an ancient well where, legend has it, St Patrick used to baptise new converts into Christianity, St Patrick’s Cathedral has played a vital role throughout Ireland’s social, cultural and spiritual history. Walk through the nave and see the 200 monuments and impressive alter which makes St Patrick’s so breath-taking. If you find a sunny day in dublin grab a sandwich and enjoy the park and sunbathe there. Handel's Messiah was first performed at St Patrick’s Cathedral in 1742 by the combined choir of Saint Patrick's and Christ Church. Local knowledge - In 1971 Bono (U2) was asked to leave Dublin's St Patrick's Cathedral boys choir school for throwing dog excrement at his teacher. ”
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