Dublin’s Phoenix Park

It’s name comes from the Irish ‘fionn uisce’ meaning “clear water’
Once this was a private park used for hunting. It is now the largest enclosed public park in any capital city in Europe and the Irish Government is currently lobbying UNESCO to have the park designated as a world heritage site.

These are some of the most significant landmarks, buildings and monuments in Dublin’s Phoenix Park

Farmleigh Estate, Phoenix Park. Dublin City 1873

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The Guinness family & Ireland's premier accommodation for dignitaries Farmleigh Estate is located in Phoenix Park, Dublin City and was originally a small Georgian house. It was purchased by Edward Cecil Guinness on [...]

Farmleigh Estate, Phoenix Park. Dublin City 18732019-06-26T15:19:52+00:00

The Criminal Courts of Justice, Parkgate Street. Dublin City 2010

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Among the most technologically advanced courts facilities in the World The Criminal Courts of Justice are located on Parkgate Street in Dublin City. They were designed by Henry J Lyons Architects and opened [...]

The Criminal Courts of Justice, Parkgate Street. Dublin City 20102019-06-28T06:00:13+00:00

Magazine Fort, Phoenix Park. Dublin City 1734

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A powder magazine, Johnathan Swift & The Christmas Raid Magazine Fort is located on the south side of Phoenix Park. This is the location where a house called Phoenix Lodge once stood. In [...]

Magazine Fort, Phoenix Park. Dublin City 17342019-06-29T08:39:35+00:00