Temple Bar
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This lively district is named after Sir William Temple (1628-1699), the Provost of Trinity, who purchased some land on the south bank of the river that included a sand bank (The Bar). A stroll through the maze of small streets, alleys and courtyards reveals a wide variety of old buildings, which have been restored and converted to other uses, all of which dotted with modern edifices. Temple Bar, today a cultural district, is a successful example of masterful urban renovation.


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    12 m - Temple Bar Square, Dublin 1
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    MICHELIN 2019
    224 m - 14-15 Trinity St, Dublin D2
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    MICHELIN 2019
    295 m - 17 South Great George's St, Dublin D2