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These are some photos taken in Dublin city centre by one of our talented students and kindly presented to us. Ron K. studied with us for two weeks during which time we enjoyed some really good weather. This combined with Ron's excellent photogaphic skills allowed for some fine photographs which we are delighted to present on our website. We encourage all our students who are interested in photography to display here and of course be acknowledged as they wish. This is Dublin as seen by our students and is an authentic representation of our city. We hope you enjoy them and thank you for viewing! Let us know what you think if you have time.

Financial quarter on River Liffey - View of Ulster Bank
  • Financial quarter on River Liffey - View of Ulster Bank
  • Financial quarter - General view
  • Custom House with Liberty Hall in the background - Custom House designed by James Gandon and Libery Hall is the home of Irish Trades Union erected in the sixties.
  • Custom House on River Liffey - This is the building designed by James Gandon in 1791 for the Revenue which enjoys a prominent position on the waterfront.
  • View of O'Connell Bridge - View from the south quays.
  • O'Connell Bridge and the main thoroughfare O'Connell Street - Named after Daniel O'Connell who campaigned successfully for the rights of Irish people when Ireland was under English rule.
  • Ha'penny Bridge - One of the most famous foot-bridges in Dublin which once cost a half penny to cross.
  • St. Stepen's Green Shopping Centre - A tastefully laid out and modern shopping centre in the heart of Dublin.
  • O'Neills pub on Sufflolk Street - One of the many colourful pubs in the city.
  • Old Parliament - This was the old parliament building used until union with England in the 1800s. Now the Bank of Ireland.
  • Trinity College - The main gate to Trinity College at College Green.
  • Gaiety Theatre - One of the principal theatres in Dublin near St Stephen's Green.
  • Christ Church Cathedral - One of the best known and most famous cathedrals of Dublin.
  • Main view of Christ Church Cathedral - The cathedral has an overhead passageway that crosses the road to the river. Building was commenced circa 1028.
  • Christ Church Cathedral set against a wonderful blue sky
  • Dublin Castle - St Patrick's Hall part of the original Dublin Castle.
  • The Four Courts on the River Liffey with traffic on South Quays - The Courts of Justice.
  • View of city from Guinness Storehouse - Photo taken from the The Gravity Bar which is a 'must see' for visitors.
  • Panorama view of the city for Guinness Store House
  • John's Lane Church, Thomas Street - Church dates from 1874. However, a monastery of the Crossed Friars was built here in 1180 and is a famous landmark in Dublin.
  • St. Audeon's Church, Cornmarket - A very famous church near the medieval city and built in 1190.
  • The Castle Inn near High Street.
  • The Quays Bar in Temple Bar