A precious castle that amazes for its imposant structure is the Dublin Castle, which was built firstly in 1204. It was constructed on the orders of King John of England, on a place where the Vikings used to live once. The structure supposed to be formed by strong walls, deep and well done ditches, in this way defending the city, and the King’s treasure. The castle appeared in typical Norman Courtyard style, including a square in the center. Delimited by very high defensive walls, by all sides of the castle...
One of the main attractions of Dublin, one of the most enclosed parks in Europe is the Phoenix Park. It is the perfect destination for the Dublin’s inhabitants, who prefer to escape and find a gorgeous refuge here. It covers over 1752 acres, and it lies at 3 km away from the center of the city. There are amazing playgrounds, ornamental gardens, nature trails, well designed grassland, separated by trees avenues, including oak, lime, chesnut, pine, ash, beech. Th...
|The Abbey Theatre
The Abbey Theatre is considered the National Theatre of Ireland, and it was officially opened to the public in July 1966. Its opening was the begining of a new era for the National Theatre of Ireland, that marks a period of fruitful success.The theatre was established in 1904, by W.B Yeats and Lady Gregory, contributing to the world’s most famous works of theatre, from writers like J.M Synge and Sean O’Casey. Like the other theatre houses this one prov...