Located in the center of Dublin, Phoenix Park in Ireland covers an area of 1760 acres. It was founded in 1663. It is the most famous park in Ireland. The whole park is atmospheric and beautiful. In 1979, Pope Paul II visited Ireland because of the fierce religious conflict in Northern Ireland, and here he issued an appeal to "abandon the path of violence and return to the path of peace". Nearly one-third of the country's population (about 1.3 million people) went to visit and listen, the largest gathering in Ireland's history. In the same year, the Irish government erected a huge cross in the center of the park to commemorate this important religious event.
Cycling for three hours around Phoenix Park, the Irish Presidential Palace and the American Embassy were in the park and met several groups of deer feeding small carrot deer with super stinky saliva. Well, when I got home, my buttocks were so painful that I woke up with pain in my legs. I felt my legs were broken. I was reminded to take the light rail under Heuston and walk from the right side of the railway station.
Located on the north-west Bank of the Liffey River in downtown Dublin, Phoenix Park covers 1,760 acres and is the most famous park in Ireland. The Park was originally built in 1663 by the then Governor, Duke Omond, to cater to the reincarnated King Charles II and some of Dublin's dignitaries. After several centuries of changes, it still maintains the characteristics of the deer garden in the 17th century. The American Embassy was in the park. The day we went, the American Embassy lowered its flag at half-mast because of the Orlando shooting. Ireland's presidential palace is also in the park. Our car was parked near a tall cross. Pope Paul II preached here in 1979, when nearly a third of the country's population (more than 1 million people) went to see and listen. In the same year, the Irish government erected a huge cross in the center of the park to commemorate this important religious event. The park is very big, we haven't come to many places, many sights haven't been seen, some of them looked through the window of the section where the bus passed, and it rained on the way back, so the photos couldn't be taken. Of course, it's a little regrettable, but one day's scenic spots must be completed, so we can only take a walk to see the flowers.
Phoenix Park is really super big, and the weather in Ireland is all the year round, so it's really hard to feel good weather and meet deer herds. We're lucky to meet each other before long. In Phoenix Park, there are the Presidential Palace of Ireland and the Dublin Zoo. Although the zoo is very small, it is worth seeing. There are 18 adults and 15 students. Hope to be helpful to friends who are going to visit, and finally want to say that everyone can walk, because you will see different beauty.
Phoenix Park is located in the city center of Dublin. It's a large park. It's really pleasant to ride bicycles and have a picnic here when the weather is good and see deer herds. There is also a large animal in the park. There are many rare animals from all over the world. It is worth seeing. Ireland's presidential palace is also in the park.
In the corner of the park, a large area of playing field for children is reserved, which is rich and varied. Surface laying of environmentally safe and practical sand, slides, ropes, swings, water guns, transport vehicles, corridors, caves and so on, is big enough to attract children. But it was rainy yesterday and I saw only a couple of mothers and sons. Walking around many communities, there are similar planning and design, many ball toy bicycles are placed in the open air.
Stepping on the green grassland of Phoenix Park, strolling, breathing and cycling are the best ways to visit. Although the uphill wind is messy, it feels great to be in close contact with nature in Ireland. Tips: Rent a bicycle at the gate of the park, 5 euros an hour, 10 euros three hours. Generally, you can walk around every corner of the park in three hours.
It's a beautiful place where you can feel the blue sky, white clouds and green space with all your feelings. It's amazing. Everything you do is take pictures. Many athletes train here. They just need to be ready to walk a lot. After all, the rented bicycle is not comfortable to ride.
There is so much to see in the Phoenix park but if you have time head to Farmleigh house in the park. Its well worth the trip
In front of you are the undulating mountains, and on top of your head is the common vault of mankind. You and all people live in such a broad background; you always keep your voice, your thoughts, and answer the call from the sky and the wilderness. —— Think of Jack London in Phoenix Park