Bloom House, 7 Eccles Street 4, North Dublin, is the starting point of Ulysses'journey. The original gate of the Bloom House is now in the James Joyce Center at 35 George North Avenue, while the original house on 7 Eccles Avenue is said to have a nameplate on it.
James & Joyce Center, also known as the Bloom House. Not only is the furniture displayed here in the residence of James Joyce, a famous Irish writer, in Paris, but the building leads to the door of the 7Eccles Street, which was once the residence of the hero of the novel Ulysses, Opold Bloom.
Named after author James Joyce, it is said to be the residence of the hero of the novel Ulysses, which can be visited without much time.
I like this place very much. It's October 1st when I go there. It's just a matter of whether my heart value is proportional to my actual value.
Great shopping place, where you can buy a lot of beautiful clothes. In a busy street, you can buy everything.