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  Grafton Street
The premier up-market shopping street in Dublin. Amble along the vibrant street from Brown Thomas' to Richard Alan's soaking up the shops, bars, entertainment and atmosphere or simply watch Dublin go by. Take time at Bewleys, historic and literary restaurant, for great food and coffee all day.
Stop 3 -Trinity College
    Trinity College - College Green
Founded by Elizabeth I in 1592 on the site of an Augustinian monastery, Trinity College is one of Ireland's foremost seats of learning. Swift, Wilde and Beckett all attended Trinity, as did Mary Robinson, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights. The grounds are fully open to the public and a focal point is the Campanile built in 1852. The College is guardian to one of Ireland's most treasured possessions, namely the 9th century 'Book of Kells'.

Open Daily.
  Bank Of Ireland - College Green
The Irish Houses of Parliament were located here before they were dissolved by the Act of Union in 1801 which created the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. The building was designed by Edward Lovett Pearce, with an additional facade by James Gandon. Currently operating as a commercial bank.

Open Mon. to Fri. - Admission Free.
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