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Dublin Castle - Dublin - Reviews of Dublin Castle - TripAdvisor
Dublin Castle was one of the places I wanted to check out on my extended stay in Dublin. It is a very interesting place and has some pretty rooms and furnishings. The tour is really interesti...

Dublin Castle, Dublin - Reviews of Dublin Castle - IgoUgo
A somewhat haphazard series of additions have sprung up here over the centuries. The fine 13th Century Norman Tower (or Record Tower) actually has the look of some rugged part of an old castle. The tower has walls with a thickness of 5 meters, and was rebuilt in 1813. It was used as a prison, then a...

Dublin Castle, Camden, London, NW1 7AN - pub details # beerintheevening.com
My partner and I went to this pub on Saturday 12 May for the first time, and on asking for our drinks, the barmaid told my partner to "..f****** open his f****** mouth because she couldn't f****** hear him". On asking for the bar manager, the staff just laughed and said he wasn't there, an...

Dublin Castle - Dublin Ireland - Review of Dublin Castle
This 13th-century structure was the center of British power in Ireland for more than 7 centuries, until the new Irish government took it over in 1922. You can walk the grounds for free, although as this is largely municipal office space now, it's a bit disappointingly dominated by parking lots. Stil...

Travel Channel community: Dublin Castle - Dublin, Ireland
The original Dublin Castle was Anglo/Norman, built on orders of King John in the 12th century. Though when we visit the archaeological remains under the castle we saw some of the Viking defensive walls that protected Dublin before the year 1000. A fire destroyed this building in 1694 and when the fi...

Dublin Castle- Dublin, Ireland - VirtualTourist.com
Dublin Castle is situated in the city centre. You can walk inside and around the grounds without having to pay. You can also pay a tour guide that will show you the 14th century round tower, the Garda Police Museum, the Chapel Royal, The undercroft and the State apartments. It really is well worth t...

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