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  • Irish famine ship Jeanie Johnston, Dublin Liffey images
    famine years The original Jeanie Johnston made its maiden voyage on 24 April 1848 to Quebec in Canada with 193 famine emigrants Jeanie Johnston 19th century tall ship on River Liffey Dublin During the Irish famine years between 1848 1855 the ship saved over 2 500 people from starvation at home bringing them safely across the Atlantic The Jeanie Johnston also has the distinction of being the only famine ship

    Original URL path: http://www.irelandposters.com/dublin/irish_famine_ship.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Dublin Ireland Christmas city images
    south bank of the River Liffey with Eden Quay to the right on the north side The illuminated arches of O Connell Bridge are to the center of the photograph 2011 view of Christmas illuminations reflected on River Liffey view towards IFSC Dublin Port Ireland Christmas tree Dublin GPO Festive lights in Henry Street Dublin Ireland Christmas photo Dublin night photos irelandposters All rights reserved Images of Bewleys Christmas in

    Original URL path: http://www.irelandposters.com/dublin/Dublin_Liffey_night.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Four Courts historic Dublin building images
    original designs The rooftop sculptures by Edward Smyth represent Moses Authority Justice Wisdom The building was completed in 1802 River Liffey Four Courts building Dublin At the outbreak of the Irish civil war 1921 1922 the building s ornate interior original copper domed rotunda roof sustained extensive damage during fighting between the Anti Treaty Irish Free State forces when the building was shelled with 18 pounder field guns on June

    Original URL path: http://www.irelandposters.com/dublin_city/four_courts/index.html (2016-05-02)
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  • GPO Dublin O'Connell street, Ireland photographs
    there by Pádraig Pearse in April 1916 During the insurrection the building was shelled by British artillery a gunboat on the Liffey It remained gutted and in a derelict state for several years afterwards The GPO building was restored during the 1920 s when Ireland became a Free State secured Independence from Britain in 1922 The rooftop statues represent Fidelity Hibernia Mercury Dublin GPO building General Post Office on O

    Original URL path: http://www.irelandposters.com/dublin/dublin_gpo.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Dublin skyline images, Ireland city panorama photos
    pedestrian bridge over the River Liffey The high rise building to the left is the Irish Central bank in the distant background the Dublin mountains Dublin skyline O Connell Bridge View of the River Liffey towards Dublin Port Matt Talbot Bridge August 2004 Victoria Quay Burgh Quay are on the south side of the river right The Customs House IFSC Irish Financial Services Center buildings are to the left of

    Original URL path: http://www.irelandposters.com/dublin/dublin_panorama.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Grafton Street Art Deco building, central Dublin
    properties in the area were developed by Joshua Dawson nearby Dawson Street is named after him One of the city s fashionable shopping areas with street traders musicians during the 1930 s Grafton Street was on the main tram routes into the city from the affluent south side suburbs of Rathgar Terenure Rathmines Dartry near Churchtown To the left is South King Street the public house in the older images

    Original URL path: http://www.irelandposters.com/dublin_city/dublin_city_art_deco_building.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Saint Ann's Church Dawson St. Dublin Ireland
    reign of Queen Anne the Romanesque facade designed by Sir Thomas N Deane was added in 1868 During the 17th century members of the Royal family Crown officials local gentry were regular attendees Bram Stoker Dublin born author of the Gothic novel Dracula published in 1897 married the following year in St Ann s church St Ann s Church Dawson Street Dublin Duke street flower seller Photos irelandposters Images of

    Original URL path: http://www.irelandposters.com/dublin/churches.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Irish famine family, Dublin city sculptures
    native Irish who were forced into emigration during the Great Famine years Between 1845 and 1852 over a million left Ireland to escape starvation The departure point with their few possessions was the nearby Dublin Docks from where the steam boats to Liverpool departed From there many travelled on to Canada or New York to seek a new beginning in the United States Irish famine emigrant sculptures Dublin Images of

    Original URL path: http://www.irelandposters.com/emigrants/index.html (2016-05-02)
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