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Trinity College

Trinity CollegeNearby City

4.5/5285 Reviews
School
Mon - Fri 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Local time)
Ireland's most ancient college was founded in 1592, and to this day, it remains its most prestigious and highest-ranked academically. Trinity College - also called the University of Dublin - was constructed outside the city walls, but today is located right in Dublin´s urban heart. Counted among its alumni are Jonathan Swift, Bram Stoker, Oscar Wilde, and Samuel Beckett. The campus's library is one of Europe's greatest, a repository for a wealth of research material and historical documents, as well as about 5 million books.
Halfpenny Bridge

Halfpenny BridgeNearby City

4.3/582 Reviews
Bridge
Open all day (Local time)
In 1816, in order to connect Dublin's north and south urban areas, the Irish specially built a beautifully designed light bridge on the Li River, which was only for pedestrians. After the completion of the bridge, the pedestrian crossing notice must pay half a penny, so there is a title of "half pence bridge". When night falls, the half-penny bridge will light up the yellow light, as if a golden curved bow lies on the quiet Li River, which is unique.
The Custom House

The Custom HouseNearby City

4.5/524 Reviews
Historical Architecture
March 15 - October: Monday - Friday 10:00-12:30, Saturday, Sunday and bank leave 14:00-17:00, November - March 14th: Wednesday - Friday 10:00-12:30, Sunday 14:00-17:00. (Local time)
This broad, 18th century neoclassical building overlooks the quays along the northbank of River Liffey. Though it was not a famous building when it was built in the 1780s, it was thought to be excessively large and costly and in the wrong location, it is now considered a jewel of a landmark construct. Today, most of it is not available to the public, but a piece of it displays the history of the building and its interesting, stubborn architect, James Gandon.
The O'Connell Monument

The O'Connell MonumentNearby City

4.3/524 Reviews
Monument
Temple Bar Pub

Temple Bar PubNearby City

4.4/549 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
The block is open all day (Local time)
The name of the Temple Bar makes many people mistakenly think that it is a bar. In fact, it refers to an area in the center of Dublin. This is the hinterland of Dublin's nightlife. On both sides of the staggered stone road, the distinctive bars are listed shoulder-to-shoulder. The authentic Guinness Stout, Baileys and whiskey are full of temptations for wine lovers.
The Spire

The SpireNearby City

4.5/557 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.
Grafton Street

Grafton StreetNearby City

4.6/534 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
The Famine Sculpture

The Famine SculptureNearby City

3.8/514 Reviews
Statue/Sculpture
Samuel Beckett Bridge

Samuel Beckett BridgeNearby City

4.7/510 Reviews
Bridge
Bank of Ireland

Bank of IrelandNearby City

4.5/521 Reviews
Statue/Sculpture
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