Dublin – North County

These are some of the most significant landmarks, buildings and monuments in North County Dublin.
Howth, Skerries, Donabate, Clontarf, Malahide, Swords…

Ireland’s Eye. North County Dublin

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The Vikings, a parish church & large bird colonies Ireland's Eye lies off the coast north of Howth Harbour in north co. Dublin. In pre-Christian times it was called Eria's Island and the [...]

Ireland’s Eye. North County Dublin2020-04-30T18:51:12+00:00

Gibney’s Pub, Malahide. County Dublin est.1890

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The village well, 14,000 gallons of water and 5 generations of the same family Gibney's pub was previously known as The Abercorn Tavern until 1937 when James Joseph Gibney bought it for £2500. [...]

Gibney’s Pub, Malahide. County Dublin est.18902020-04-26T11:34:41+00:00

The Baily Lighthouse, Howth. County Dublin 1814

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The last lighthouse in Ireland to go automatic, Dublin Bay shipwrecks & The battle of Clontarf The Baily Lighthouse was built in 1814 on a rocky promontory on Howth overlooking Dublin Bay. It [...]

The Baily Lighthouse, Howth. County Dublin 18142020-04-30T18:11:21+00:00

Howth Martello Tower, Howth. County Dublin 1805

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A vintage radio museum & watch out for Napoleon This is Howth Martello Tower located in Howth. north co.Dublin. It was built in 1805 and is strategically positioned overlooking Howth Harbour and out [...]

Howth Martello Tower, Howth. County Dublin 18052020-05-06T13:00:36+00:00

Clontarf Castle Gatehouse, Clontarf. Dublin City 1830

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900 years of history, Thin Lizzy & Dana This is the beautiful gatehouse for Clontarf Castle which along with the castle were totally remodeled in the 1830s. The original castle was built by [...]

Clontarf Castle Gatehouse, Clontarf. Dublin City 18302020-04-30T17:56:52+00:00