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Daily Mirror
Conor McGregor and Dee Devlin take baby son to meet Santa for the first timecousin Harry, at the festive fantasy-themed park. Read More The winter wonderl
Daily Mirror / Posted 2 days ago
cousin Harry, at the festive fantasy-themed park. Read More The winter wonderland is found in the foothills of the Dublin mountains where kids and parents meet Mr and Mrs Claus, get up close to real life reindeer and much more. The joyous... Read more
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The Irish Times
Stylish new apartments in Dublin 8 starting from €310,000southerly aspect and central location, is the roof terrace which takes in panor
The Irish Times / Posted 5 days ago
southerly aspect and central location, is the roof terrace which takes in panoramic views across the city and across to the Dublin mountains. “One of the only ways of getting a green space in a city centre location is by transforming the roof into a... Read more
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The Irish Times
Going down: nine Dublin houses with price dropsthe family home of playwright John Millington Synge, the period property boasts
The Irish Times / Posted 12 days ago
the family home of playwright John Millington Synge, the period property boasts 13ft ceiling heights and views of the Dublin Mountains and came to the market in September asking €365,000 but didn’t get any offers. In mid-October the price s... Read more
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The Irish Times
Priced out of Dundrum? Try BallinteerNestled at the base of the Dublin Mountains, close by the M50, Ballinteer in Du
The Irish Times / Posted 24 days ago
Nestled at the base of the Dublin Mountains, close by the M50, Ballinteer in Dublin 16 is a relatively new neighbourhood. The town largely came into existence less than a century ago with the introduction of private builds off Ballinteer Avenue in... Read more
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The Irish Times
The 13 scariest Halloween events for adultsWalks. Departing at 7pm every night during Halloween week from Merchants Quay,
The Irish Times / Posted 30 days ago
Walks. Departing at 7pm every night during Halloween week from Merchants Quay, you’ll get some dark history deep in the Dublin Mountains. It’s a desolate spot, the burnt out shell of this allegedly haunted spot. Dating from 1725, it is now... Read more
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The Irish Times
Push on to attract more bigger-spending tourists from Australiaother tourists. He boasted of the many activities that “healthy Australians” wo
The Irish Times / Posted 1 months ago
other tourists. He boasted of the many activities that “healthy Australians” would find in Ireland, including hiking in Dublin Mountains and cycling on the Wild Atlantic Way. “The image people in Ireland of a certain age have of Australians on... Read more

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