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Welcome to the new Dublin in Bits site.

Where are we?
Our new Google Map shows you where we are, we'll be adding to this over the next while.

How can I help?
You can help Dublin in Bits to continue to provide our own particular vision of Dublin by making a donation.

What's the Story?
Our occasional series of comments on Dublin and what's happening to it. This month: Why the Irish Property Bubble has Already Burst

Waiting for God?
Ireland remains a very religious society, and these nuns waiting outside Greene's bookshop are a common sight.

Greene's bookshop is a combination post office and bookstore, selling both new and, more importantly, second-hand books. Greene's is a landmark near the corner of Clare Street and Merrion Street.

Only yards away is the spot outside Trinity College where James Joyce first spotted, and then followed home, the young Nora Barnacle.

Across the busy junction at the corner of Merrion Square is the home of Oscar Wilde, now occupied by the American College, Dublin.

Near here, on 17th May 1974, a loyalist bomb exploded, as part of the worst single day of killings of the 30-year 'Troubles,' now hopefully at an end.

New Work

June 2017
The gallery is constantly adding new pieces to its portfolio, from existing and emerging artists.
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