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Opposite the college on College Green is the old Irish Parliament building now a branch of the Bank of Ireland.Hours: Open Monday-Saturday am-5pm, Sunday (May-September) 9.30am- 4.30pm, Sunday (October-April) 12pm-4.30pm Admission: Adults €9, senior citizens & students €8, children (under 12) free Address: Trinity College, College Green, Dublin 2 A short southerly stroll from Trinity College takes you down towards Dublin's premier shopping location, Grafton Street.If you're interested in literature you should visit the National Library close by, which has a permanent W. Housing the finest collection of Irish art in the world alongside an outstanding collection of European art from the Middle Ages to the present day, this is a must-see while in the capital.

The priceless artefacts are displayed in the Treasury and the awe-inspiring 18th-century Long Room, which houses more than 200,000 of Trinity's oldest books and hosts regular literary exhibitions. Alumni over the centuries include such figures as Jonathan Swift (most famously known as the author of Gulliver's Travels), Oscar Wilde, Bram Stoker (author of Dracula), and playwright Samuel Beckett.Many famed bands and musicians have given impromptu performances here, including Bono of U2.Aside from buskers, you will find a broad range of boutiques, jewelers, and department stores including upmarket Brown Thomas.Residing in a wide bay, Dublin lies between Howth in the north and the headland of Dalkey to the south.The River Liffey, which flows into the harbor, slices the city in two.

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