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North of the Liffey

When Dublin was developed in the 18th century, plans for the north side of the River Liffey included a range of elegant terraces and squares designed to attract the city’s élite. A downturn in the economy left the grand plan incomplete, although O’Connell Street and Parnell and Mountjoy Squares remain evidence of what might have been. The area boasts some of the city’s most beautiful buildings, such as the Custom House and the Four Courts; three theatres, the Abbey, Peacock and the Gate, produce drama of worldwide acclaim; and the city’s great literary tradition is celebrated in the Dublin Writers’ Museum and James Joyce Cultural ...

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