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Dublin City Centre South lies within the city of Dublin and it makes up a major part of the capital city. This area is traditionally seen as the Dublin 2 postcode. It resides in the province of Leinster on Ireland's east coast at the mouth of the Liffey River. It's listed by the Globalization and World Cities Research Network as a 'global' city with a ranking of 'Alpha.' It placed among the 'Top thirty cities in the world.' It's a historical gem as well as a contemporary mecca for education, the arts, administration, industry and economy.

The borders of Dublin City Centre South are the Liffey River in the north, the Grand Canal to the south and Aungier, Wexford and Camden Streets to the west. The district includes prominent areas like Merrion Square, Temple Bar, Grafton Street, Dame Street, Leeson Street and Wexford Street.

There is a wealth notable places to visit like the Leinster House, St Stephen's Green, The National Museum and The National Gallery of Ireland. This area of the city is also considered to be the Government quarter due to its concentration of civil buildings. There's a terrific amount of opportunity, culture and spirit thriving here!

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Founded in 1592, Trinity College is one of the most popular attractions in the area. The college is home to the world-famous Book of Kells, an intricately illuminated manuscript of the Gospels dating back to the 9th century. While on campus, visitors can also explore the Old Library, with its majestic Long Room, which houses over 200,000 books, and the Science Gallery, a contemporary space that showcases the intersection of art and science.

A short walk from Trinity College is Temple Bar, an iconic district renowned for its lively atmosphere, cobbled streets, and colourful buildings. Temple Bar is the city's cultural quarter, featuring numerous art galleries, such as the Project Arts Centre and the Gallery of Photography. The area is also famous for its thriving nightlife, with a variety of traditional Irish pubs and live music venues.

For those interested in shopping, Dublin City Centre South is home to the popular Grafton Street, which offers a mix of high-end retailers, boutiques, and department stores. Adjacent to Grafton Street is the beautiful Powerscourt Centre, a Georgian-style shopping centre with a variety of artisan shops and charming cafes.

The culinary scene in this part of Dublin is equally impressive, with a diverse range of eateries offering both traditional Irish fare and international cuisine. Visitors can choose from a wide selection of restaurants, cafes, and pubs, with many establishments featuring live music and entertainment.


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