The Daniel O’ Connell monument sitting which stands at the entrance to the street named after him was originally revealed in 1882. There are bullet holes in two of the victories due to the events of 1916-1922.
O’ Connell is often referred to as the Emancipator or the Liberator. During the early 19th century O’Connell was an Irish political leader who campaigned for the rights of Catholics to be represented by holding seats in the Westminster parliament. When O’ Connell died
Developing a Space Tourism industry by learning from the thriving Superyacht industry Summary
This brief report highlights some major steps that a potential space tourism provider could take in order to gain a massive advantage in the long run. This report examine’s the thriving super yacht charter industry and how it operates. The purpose of examining this industry is due to the fact that its customers would be of the same financial demographic to that of any space tourism
The Dublin Docklands is an area which has experienced a dramatic rejuvenation over the past two decades. The grand canal docks which opened in 1796 is an enclosed dock area between the Grand Canal and the River Liffey. Many well know companies such as Facebook and Google have set up their bases in this area. MXLLS Along the river side of the Dockland you can find many other notable structures and monuments. These include the the Samuel Beckett Bridge, Famine Memorial, Divin
History Dun Laoghaire is a coastal town south of Dublin. The town dates back to the fifth century when the High King of Ireland chose the site as a safe sea base where raids of Britain and Gaul could be conducted from. The name comes from ‘Dun’ meaning ‘fort’ and Laoghaire who was High King at the time.
The towns two piers are iconic and date back to the 1800’s when the Harbour was build as a main port of entry from Britain. King George IV visited the Harbour while it was u
Everyone knows the River Liffey passes through the heart of Dublin City. Everyone also is aware of the network of canals which pass through the city. However what most people are not aware of is the hidden river tunnels within the city which lead into the River Liffey. These tunnels start off underneath the Dublin castle gardens where there was once a lake. From here they make their way down to the River Liffey passing underneath the Temple Bar area. Check out the short docum
Located in the Poolbeg peninsula on the south side of Dublin Port. Although now decommissioned the Poolbeg chimneys have become one of the most iconic landmark's in Dublin Bay. At over 200 meters each the chimneys are among the tallest structures in Ireland. These chimney's can be seen from most parts of the city especially when viewing from along the coastline. Originally constructed by the ESB (Electric Supply Board) in the 60's along with other power units for a cost of 65