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The Spire

The Spire

4.4/557 Reviews
Monument
Open all day (Local time)
The Berlin Minaret is a monument to Dublin, the capital of Ireland. It is also known as the Monument to Light. It replaced the Nelson Memorial Column that was blown up by the 1966 Irish Republican Army and was completed in 2003. The Dublin Minaret symbolizes the renaissance of O'Connor Street and is designed by renowned British architects. The design philosophy is "a bridge between art and technology with elegance and energy and simplicity." The entire spire is hundreds of meters high. Looking in the distance, the light and shadow are reflected on the stainless steel tower, full of the power and beauty of the Nazi.
Dublin Writers Museum

Dublin Writers Museum

4.3/552 Reviews
Museum
Sun 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Mon - Sat 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Local time)
This city has a incredibly rich literary history, so it is only fair that it has its own writers museum. It provides you with a history of the city's most amazing literary minds: Jonathan Swift, James Joyce, Oscar Wilde, W.B. Yeats, Brendan Behan and others.
The Famine Sculpture

The Famine Sculpture

3.8/514 Reviews
Statue/Sculpture
Samuel Beckett Bridge

Samuel Beckett Bridge

4.7/510 Reviews
Bridge
Merrion Square

Merrion Square

4.5/531 Reviews
Square
The Iveagh Gardens

The Iveagh Gardens

4.6/56 Reviews
Garden
This park is not very well known even to Dubliners, but those who discover it are invariably delighted. The 30-acre plot located just behind the National Concert Hall, was laid out in the year 1863 by Benjamin Guinness. It contains manicured gardens and wilderness areas, archery grounds, a maze, rockeries and roosteries.
Powerscourt Estate

Powerscourt Estate

4.7/557 Reviews
Garden
Bank of Ireland

Bank of Ireland

4.5/521 Reviews
Statue/Sculpture
The Dublin Mountains

The Dublin Mountains

4.3/53 Reviews
Mountain
In Ireland, the Dublin Mountains are the most beautiful famous place. Most of the people in the country go to this place with their family for vacation. It is an incredible recreational facility, with miles of trails and vistas to explore. All the visitors can walk the very paths used by rebels, bandits and other fugitives who found this open country ideal for perfect hideaways. And also, you can explore Military Road, built by the British in the 19th century to capture these criminals. And, simply hit the trails and forests on mountain bikes, take a cross country hike or enjoy a simple walk. The Dublin Mountains provide a very perfect remainder that there is still fresh and beautiful, the untained countryside not far from the city. Visits this mountains gives you an unforgettable experience.
Dublin

Dublin

4.9/59 Reviews
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