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Balgriffin part-rural suburbs of Dublin, Ireland, focused on hamlet. It is located in the southern black in the traditional County of Dublin, and partly in the jurisdiction of Dublin city Council and Fingal County Council. Balgriffin also an Anci ...


Belmayne is situated off the Malahide road and 32, opposite the Hilton hotel in belcamp. It is close to the M1 and M50 motorway and Dublin airport, through N32. There are Dublin buses 27, 42, 43, and 15 on the Malahide road and Clongriffin Dart s ...

St Doulaghs Church

The Church of St. Doulaghs is one of two churches in the "United parishes of Malahide, Dublin and St. Doulaghs" in Fingal, Ireland. It is the oldest stone roofed Church in Ireland. The Church is approximately 10 kilometres from Dublin city to the ...

River Dodder

The river dodder is one of the three main rivers in Dublin, Ireland, the rest of the Liffey, of which the dodder is the largest tributary, and the Tolka.

Belfield, Dublin

Belfield is a small enclave, not quite the suburbs in Dun Laoghaire–Rathdown, Ireland. It is associated with the main campus of University College Dublin. Belfield close to Donnybrook, Ballsbridge, Dublin, Goatstown and stillorgan and takes its n ...

Newlands Cross

Newlands Cross is a famous intersection in the South-West of Dublin, in the County of South Dublin. This is the point where the N7 national route to the South West and mid West crosses the orbits of the local route, the R113. For many years the a ...

Clontarf, Dublin

Clontarf is an affluent coastal suburb North of Dublin, in Ireland. And Bray does not have any ’village centre’ historically there were two settlements, one along the coast towards the city, and the fishing village of Clontarf sheds further North ...

Clontarf and Hill of Howth Tramroad

In Clontarf and Hill of Howth Tramroad company worked on the tram from Central Dublin via Dollymount in Clontarf Howth harbour in the Dublin area of Ireland from 1900 to 1941. Founded in 1880, it was a separate body from the other Dublin tramways ...


Dollymount, often known as "Dollyer" for Dubliners, is a coastal suburban area on the North coast of Dublin Bay in Clontarf, North of Dublin, Ireland, to the East of St Anne.

Grove Social Club

Social club grove was an Irish alternative discothèque social club that ran for many years in Clontarf and later, from Raheny, Northside suburb of Dublin, Ireland.

Clarehall Shopping Centre

Clarehall shopping centre shopping centre is located in Northern Coolock, North Dublin, close to Ayrfield and near the houses of Clare Hall. The center belongs to Tesco in Ireland and the anchor of one of the first in Ireland Tesco-branded stores ...


Large Coolock suburban area focused on the village, on the Northside of Dublin city in Ireland. Coolock is crossed by the Santry river, a characteristic feature in the middle of the area with a linear Park and ponds. In the Coolock suburban area ...

Coolock (barony)

Coolock is one of the baronies of Ireland. It was created as part of the old County Dublin. Today it covers most of the Northern part of the city of Dublin and the South-Eastern part of the modern County of Fingal. In the heart of the Barony is t ...

Northside Shopping Centre

Shopping centre Northside shopping centre is located in Coolock, a suburban area in Dublins Northside. One of the first shopping centres in Ireland, it was built in 1970 and is the only one with a pool. It was enlarged and renovated several times ...

Santry River

The Santry river is a fairly small river in the Northern part of Dublin, one of the forty or so watercourses monitored Dublin city Council.

Crumlin, Dublin

Crumlin is a suburb of South Dublin, Ireland. Densely populated residential area with some industry, is home to Irelands largest childrens hospital.


Perrystown is a small South Dublin area, located between Terenure, Greenhills, Templeogue and Crumlin. Its not a widely known area, and is often referred to as a residential complex or just an area of Crumlin. It serves 150, 15A and 54A bus route ...


Clongriffin is a growing community in Northern Donaghmede, on the Northern outskirts of Dublin, Ireland. The settlement was based on the sample long-term plan from a major developer houses Gannon, with significant investment in transport infrastr ...

Donaghmede Shopping Centre

Donaghmede shopping centre is a mid-size shopping center, which is located in Donaghmede, a Northside suburb of Dublin. Shopping centre built on the site of the original Donaghmede house. The Mall was a h Williams supermarket as an original ancho ...

Donnybrook, Dublin

Donnybrook is a district of Dublin, Ireland. It is located in the South city, in Dublin 4, the index area, and is home to the Irish broadcaster Raidio Teilifis Eireann. He was once part of Pembroke township. The neighbouring suburb of Dublin, San ...

Drumcondra, Dublin

Drumcondra is a residential area and a suburb to the North of Dublin, Ireland. It is administered by Dublin city Council. The river Tolka and the Royal canal flow through the area.

Drumcondra Church

Church, Dublin, Ireland is the Church, the Church of Ireland, located in Dublin formerly in the parish of Clonturk. The Church and churchyard contain several monuments to outstanding historical figures.


Carrickmines outer suburb of Dublin in Dun Laoghaire–Rathdown, Ireland. In the area remains semi-rural, historically on the border of English control and fortification, the castle of Carrickmines, which became the subject of national controversy ...

N31 road (Ireland)

Н31 road national primary road in Ireland. It connects the port of Dun Laoghaire in the South-East of Dublin in the national network of the route. Both N11 and evaluation of the M50 C-ring connection Н31.


Finglas is a North-Western outer suburbs of Dublin, in Ireland, not far from junction 5 of the M50 motorway and the N2 road. Nearby suburbs include glasnevin and Ballymun, Dublin airport is located 7 km to the North. It is mainly in the state of ...

Finglas (civil parish)

Finglas is a parish mainly located in the Barony of Castleknock in the traditional County Dublin, Ireland. It contains 34 townlands. Today the parish is divided between the modern local administrative units of Fingal and Dublin city Council.

Harolds Cross

This cross is an urban village and a suburb on the South side of Dublin, Ireland. On the mean river flows, and it has as the main cemetery, mount Jerome, and our ladies hospice.


Kilbarrack is a residential suburb of Dublin, Ireland, running inland from the coast, about 8 km from the city centre. It is also an Ancient parish in Coolock Barony. Modern Kilbarrack falls under the jurisdiction of Dublin city Council, with par ...


Edenmore is a locality within Raheny to the North of Dublin, Ireland, with several towns and medium size urban Park. It is located in Dublin 5 postal district.


From Raheny is a Northern suburb of Dublin, Ireland, halfway from city centre to Howth. It is based on historic settlement was first mentioned in the year 570 of our era. District valuation of shares of the two largest parks, St Anne and bull isl ...

All Saints Church, Raheny

All saints Church of Ireland Church, parish of Raheny, prominent on the Howth road as it approaches the centre of Raheny, Dublin, Ireland. It is located in a fenced area with Mature cover to the South of the village, and is widely hailed as a gre ...

St. Francis Hospice, Raheny

Hospice SV. Francis, from Raheny, Dublin is the specialist palliative care services, including inpatient and at home and day care. Hospice, one of the two major hospice organizations in Dublin, provides assistance in a region with a population of ...


Ballyboden is located on the outskirts of Ballina in the South Dublin at the foot of the Dublin mountains between the co, Ballyroan and Knocklyon. It is a townland in the parish of Ballina, in the Barony of Uppercross.

Ballyroan, Dublin

Ballyroan is a suburb in the Ballina, County Dublin in Ireland. It is located at the foot of the Dublin mountains, close to Ballyboden, Butterfield, Knocklyon, old garden, and Scholarstown. Townland of Ballyroan crosses the parish and Barony boun ...

Danesmoate House

Danesmoate house, a Georgian style monumental house in the greater Ballina in County Dublin, Ireland.

Marlay Park

Marley Park is 86 hectares suburban public Park located in the hotel in Dun Laoghaire–Rathdown, Ireland. Lying about nine kilometres from Dublin city centre, the Park consists of forests, ponds and walks. Places to stay include a nine hole on sit ...

Owendoher River

The Owendoher river and a small river in southern County Dublin, Ireland, the largest tributary of the river dodder, and part of the Liffey system.


Rathmines is an inner suburb in the South of Dublin, approximately 3 km South of the city centre. It effectively begins at the South side of the Grand canal and stretches along the Rathmines, as far as Rathgar to the South, Ranelagh to the East a ...


Dartry in a small suburb of Dublin, in Ireland, often seen as part of a wider area of Rathmines. Among the locations in Dartry are Dartry road, temple road, Orwell Park, and Palmerston Park.


Drogheda is a village in South Dublin, Ireland, southwest of Dublin. It is located between H7, Tralee and Tallaght. This is one of the fastest growing settlements in Ireland, showing the population growth of 46.1% between 2011 and 2016.


Stoneybatter, historically known as Bohernaglogh, in Dublin, Ireland, on the Northside of the city between the river Liffey, the North circular road, Smithfield market, and Grangegorman. It is in the Dublin 7 postal district.


Oxmantown or Oxmanstown area Dublin, Ireland, Located on the North side of the city between the river Liffey, the North circular road, and Smithfield market. It is located in the Dublin 7 postal district.

Demographics of Swords

Swords evolved into the largest city in Ireland. The citys population boom began in the 1970s with the construction of the sprawling rivervalley address of the property, Irelands largest private building in front of the Arklow estate in Tallaght ...

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