St. Stephen's Park in Dublin is the Central Park in downtown Dublin. It's quiet in the middle of the bustle. Around the park are some famous buildings, such as the National Museum, the Library and so on. The dense forest and fresh air in the park are good places for people to exercise and relax.
Stephen Green Park is a park in the center of Dublin. It has beautiful environment, fresh air, wild ducks and pigeons everywhere. The natural environment is very beautiful. Afternoon sunshine is good, people sit idly on benches, leisurely enjoy time. Life is beautiful!
St. Stephen's Park is the largest green park in Dublin, with an area of about tens of hectares. There are forests, lawns, lakes, various sculpture buildings, the ecological environment is very good, Dubliners and tourists often come to places, is the ideal place for outing camping.
Stephen Green Park is an open green park in the center of Dublin. It has a large area and a lot of imports and exports. The park has large lawns, tall ancient trees, small flowers, wild ducks and waterfowls in flocks, where many local residents play and relax. Later, I saw some signs in the park and learned that today such a peaceful and tranquil park has an extraordinary history. Ireland had been under British colonial rule for a long time. In 1916, an uprising for independence and freedom broke out on Easter Day. The rebels occupied the old post office and declared Ireland's independence. Soon all the leaders of the uprising were shot and the uprising failed. In the early days of the uprising, the Irish National Volunteers also occupied the park, which was an important water source and transportation route. The volunteers fought fiercely with the British army. This year marks the 100th anniversary of the 1916 uprising. Slogans and other commemorative activities can be seen everywhere in Dublin. The park is also one of the historical relics.
Very beautiful and comfortable park, lake water and lawn, when the weather is good, you might as well have a picnic. Next to the city centre, you might as well take a nap when you are tired of shopping. Each corner has a door of different shapes, suitable for photography.
Home of the William Sheppard designed park opened in 1880 it is also Dublin premier shopping street. Sadly many of the older shops have been replaced with the new well known high street usuals. The old Dandelion Market is home to a large Atrium styled building on the corner of St Stephen Green which is very eye catching. Have a drink in the Westbury Hotel, see the statue of Phil Lynott outside Bruxelles Pub.
I stopped here as part of a tour of the city, actually. It's a really serene place with a ton of history; it seems almost mystic, like a lot of Ireland. From what I can remember, this was the site (along with the nearby castle) of a rather bloody encounter, which (as I gathered during the tour) is pretty par-for-the-course in Ireland. Definitely worth a stop if you're walking around the city. I recommend it as a great place to nap on a lazy day in the city.
The garden in the center of the city, at the corner of the pedestrian mall, is small, but beautiful, with swans and ducks flying up and down with the waving of the feeding arm. The vegetation is dense, although it's weekend, it's quiet, there's no group dance and shuttlecock kicking.