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Most photographed places in Dublin City

  • Wed, 6 Feb 2019

There’s nowhere quite like Dublin City for it’s heritage, statues and monuments, and many of these are the most photographed places in Dublin City.

Photography has been brought to a whole new level thanks to our very smart phones with built in cameras. Some of them take the perfect snap, while others need a little help from a filtered friend, either way, photographs are being made in sensational quality.

For anyone who is new to the city, or anyone who is looking to update their photo album, you might want to take a walk around the city to get a picture at these gems.

Daniel O’Connell Statue, Lower O’Connell Street

Umbrella’s at Anne’s Lane

Two Women, Lower Liffey Street

Trinity College, College Green

Ha’penny Bridge

The Wishing Hand at the Department of Education, Marlborough Street

 

Molly Malone, Suffolk Street

O’Connell Bridge

Christ Church

Phil Lynott Statue, Harry Street

Stephen’s Green Gates, Stephens Green

One of the newest statues in Dublin City is of ballad singer, Luke Kelly, of renowned Irish Band, The Dubliners. Located on South King Street the statue that will no doubt be another popular Dublin picture.

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