Dublin, Glasnevin Cemetery, Parnell's Grave 1897

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Caption for Dublin, Glasnevin Cemetery, Parnell's Grave 1897: Parnell had wholeheartedly espoused the causes of the Land League and Home Rule, doing much to improve the lot of his impoverished compatriots. As was his wish, Parnell was buried in a mass grave among the people of Ireland whom he loved. His name is carved on a large boulder.

An extract from Dublin Photographic Memories.

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This is now famously the most exclusive shopping street in Dublin & Ireland too. The 7th most expensive rental prices in Europe with some retail outlets actually beating the world records making them more expensive than Paris or New York! This is the most popular place for Buskers from all over the world to display or perform their acts.

Nice place. I went there in 1989.

For a 9 year old boy from Edinburgh the travel arrangements for our family holiday to Dublin in 1958 were quite an adventure. Embarkation on the steamer at the Broomielaw in Glasgow and our billet turned out to be in the hold along with up to a 100 or so others. In view of this the tension between my parents on (...Read full memory)

Happy holidays spent in Tram Terrace, Dalkey with the Ryan family 1946-1968. Saving for home and marriage interrupted travel but our holidays resumed in 1970 and we still try to get over every year. Dalkey has changed but thanks to the childhood friends I still have in Dalkey, Sallynoggin and Ballybrack there are still (...Read full memory)

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