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Everyone hears about the Temple Bar area of Dublin. The city’s erstwhile down-at-the-heels neighbourhood that is now crammed with cafes, bars, pubs, clubs and trendy hotels – a mix of the old with the new. During daytime, Temple Bar is an artsy and cultured district full of hip shops and modern art galleries. At night, such refinement gives way to a non-stop party atmosphere with its 30+ pubs and bars.

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Merchant’s Arch

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Cow’s Lane

 

 

The River Liffey separates the north and south sides of the city. Dublin takes its name from the southwest of the city when, in prehistoric times, there was a dark pool (Dubh Linn) at the confluence of the River Liffey.

 

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Ha Penny pedestrian bridge

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One thought on “Temple Bar

  1. ‘Morniing Mr Le(e)prechaun-in-chief! You ‘re making me fifty-shades-green wirh envy! although it looks like you may be over indulging, I trust God will
    hold you in the palm of His Hand.

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