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Bedford tower inside of the Dublin Castle from which the Irish Crown jewels were stolen in 1907 and never recovered.
This picture was taken in Nicholas street, just near Christ Church Cathedral.
Dublin's most impressive and photogenic cathedral was at the heart of the medieval city and today remains one of Dublin's most recognisable symbols.
St Audoen, the 7th-century bishop of Rouen and patron saint of Normandy, was such a big hit in Dublin that he had two churches named after him, both just west of Christ Church Cathedral.
An unremarkable statue of Molly Malone leads us, bosoms first, to the pedestrianised street, which is Grafton street.
Again Harcourt street :)
Hey ! Two new beautiful doors in Harcourt street. Now red and blue :)
There are many beautiful doors in Harcourt street. The last ones was black and red and now a beautiful yellow...
This picture was taken on Harcourt street, just in south of St Stephen's green. There are many beautiful doors in this quiet street.
This picture was taken around Grafton street. Named after the 17th-century Duke of Grafton, who owned much of these parts, Grafton street proper starts from the area known as College green, directly in front of the elegant facades of Trinity college and the Bank of ireland.