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Incredibly, I'd never been here before and it's only a stone's throw from the city centre. Well recommended to spend an hour strolling by the Liffey, or for a picnic, but also to pay respect to those who lost their lives in the great war.
Craig was so helpful and informative, even though we arrived without booking. He showed us around and was able to provide us with the all information we were looking for in relation to my husband's great uncle.The Gardens are a beautiful and respectful memorial to...More
A fitting tribute to the many brave Irishmen who fought for Ireland and the British Empire and the United Kingdom. It is nice to see the Irish State have agreed to honour these people,
It is a peaceful and well-kept setting and something the ROI...More
Dedicated to the 50,000 Irishmen who gave their lives in WW1. This beautiful garden is a somber reminder of our past. It is a quiet place to stroll around the monuments and reflect. On both of the Big B Buss routes.
Today we resumed our monthly tour having skipped May due to commitments to our open day,our destination, the Irish National war memorial Gardens in islandbridge.
This is an historic hidden gem in the culture and history of our city.
Our host today Fergal Kavanagh is...More