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St Stephen's Green Dublin 2 Ireland
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City centre park with ornamental lake, waterfall, sculptures and a children's playground.- Google
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Steve Brennan
in the last week
Great city-centre park, especially in the summer when its full of people taking lazy lunches. There's also a good playground for children and ponds to feed the ducks (though the seagulls will try and butt in!). Historical too, playing a part in the 1916 rebellion
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Roberto Aiello
2 months ago
Lovely place to spend time, especially when the weather is good. Fun if you have kids, they can see a lot of ducks and swans. The only thing I don't like is the choice for the foot path: all that asphalt looks ugly in that context.
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Richard Navarro
2 months ago
Amazing park, it has really great ponds and park spaces! When the sun is out it is absolutely beautiful! I had the pleasure of catching it during their fall season and got beautiful colors out of the trees Really nice area and I would love to come back in the future!
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Ruben Williams
3 months ago
Lovely park, with lots of photo looks. Centrally located so it makes it easy to get to but lots of room to move around. You can find whatever you are looking for in a city park and not be disappointed. Great break from the tourist run about.
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Frederick Wright
4 months ago
Sweet, compact and lush urban park in Dublin. Design is similar to the Olmstead parks of the USA but with some key differences. Keep an eye out for the numerous sculptures dedicated to Yeats and also the famous "famine" sculpture.
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Andrés Argüello Pitt
a month ago
I love this park. Location location location. Is the heart if Dublin. The flowers are incredibly all year round.
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Gavin Horan
2 months ago
My little girl loved the ducks. I loved the peace. Nothing nicer in the city centre on a sunny day.
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Leonardo Sibani
2 months ago
Really a lovely spot just in the city center. Relaxing place, with green and a lake with birds. Good for a nice walk.