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O'Connell Street, Dublin
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Walk the city's main promenade, O'Connell Street, just as Dubliners have been doing since the 1600s. Boutiques and pubs line the thoroughfare and stay filled with visitors and locals for most of the day. Grab a seat and a pint to people-watch. Notice the architecture, a blend of historic 18th- and 19th-century facades with modern additions, such as the Dublin Spire. At the lower end of the street, you'll find a statue commemorating its namesake Daniel O'Connell, the famous nationalist. With our online itinerary creator, Dublin attractions like O'Connell Street can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • We have stayed several times in the last 13 years. We saw her before and after the construction of the Obelisk. Government offices, mail. the road is pretty, cut the area by dividing the areas that now have become characteristics for foreign peoples who live there.
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  • Located in the heart of the city this is the main shopping street of Dublin. This street created in the 18th century was rebuilt after its destruction in the struggle for the independence of Ireland and can subsequently only be by civil war in the early 20th century. The street name is a tribute to Daniel O'Connell, 19TH century nationalist leader. On this street, the largest (not tallest) of Dublin you can see a great mix of classic and modern buildings that interact in a very peculiar atmosphere.
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