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Krunchie's Dublin

LUAS tram at St Stephen's Green

O'Connell Monument, Glasnevin Cemetery
Royal Canal approaching Broom Bridge

Brendan Behan memorial on the bank of the Royal Canal at Drumcondra

Peadar Kearney (author or The Soldiers' Song) memorial at Drumcondra

Arbour Hill Church

Temple Bar

Liffey boardwalk and Ha'penny Bridge

The boardwalk with O'Connell Bridge and Custom House and Financial Centre in background

Botanic Gardens entrance

Flora in the Botanic Gardens

Rockery, Botanic Gardens

Bluebells in the Botanic Gardens

Variety of trees, Botanic Gardens

O'Connell Street and Clery's

Custom House and Financial Centre

Custom House and tour boat

Dandelion Garden
A blaze of golden colour
Will delight the eye
Of all the massive multitudes
That pass my garden by.

Vigorous and healthy
Are the things my garden grows,
Unlike my careful neighbour's
Neat, neurotic, rows.

My lawn grows strong and lusty
And never is shaved bare.
Unlike my neighbour's skinhead lawn,
There's form and contrast there.

And if my careful neighbour
Finds cause there to complain,
What is that to me, sir:
I'll answer just the same:

My garden is magnificent,
In nature's own design,
With its mass of mighty dockleaves
And golden dandelions.

O'Connell Monument, O'Connell Street

Department of Education, Molesworth Street: potential piazza, if they would only remove the railings and open the site to the public

Celtic Tiger Dockland works funded by Anglo-Irish Bank

The Famine Memorial, Liffeyside

Financial Services Centre

"Findlaters'" Church, Parnell Square

George's Quay

Ulster Bank at George's Quay

Grafton Street from College Green

Gresham Hotel

Henry Street

James Joyce and Dubliners

The Liffey tour boat

Luas trains on Abbey Street crossing O'Connell Sstreet 

The Spire

Molly Malone and tourists

Moving Statue!

O'Connell Bridge

O'Connell Street

O'Connell Street again

Charles Stewart Parnell: "Let no man say to the march of a Nation; thus far shall you go and no further."

The Phoenix Monument, known to Dubliners as "The Eagle Monument." (The Phoenix Park is not called after the Phoenix bird, but after the pure water found there, in Irish "Fíon Uisce," which sounds like "Phoenixa."

Royal Canal at Mountjoy Jail, Phibsboro

Rush Hour in O'Connell Street, before they excluded cars.

Oasis in the Financial Centre

Shoppers statue

Talbot Street

Krunchie and the Financial Services Centre

National Museum of Ireland, History and Design, Collins Barracks, with 10th century Viking Boat, built in Dublin

Westmoreland Street

Temple Bar

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