Temple Bar

Interesting
This lively district takes its name from Sir William Temple (1628-1699), the Provost of Trinity, who lived near a walk called The Bar in the 18C. A stroll through the maze of small streets, alleys and courtyards reveals, nestling among modern buildings, a great variety of old buildings (Georgian houses, warehouses and chapels) which have been restored and converted for other uses.

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Temple Bar Sq.

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The delicate cast-iron footbridge
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Trinity College
Trinity College
Trinity College, sometimes referred to
30 minutes
Bank of Ireland
Bank of Ireland
The old Irish Parliament was bought by
30 minutes
Liffey Bridge
Liffey Bridge
The delicate cast-iron footbridge
15 minutes
See all