Dalymount Park: the end of an era

One hundred and sixteen years. With every step taken beneath the stand on the Connaught Street side of Dalymount Park, there is an eerie echoing sound of crunching glass and rubble. There are old turnstiles filled with empty paint cans, bottles, and bags of concrete mix. Fallen branches and overgrown weeds surround an abandoned shopping trolley with…

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A Tale of One City: Dublin

This feature is part of A Tale of One City Dublin is a city with an astonishing history. Walking through it, you find yourself regularly captivated by a building or statue that reminds you of a key moment in Irish history, like the bullet holes in the General Post Office from the 1916 Easter Rising or…

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