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Fastest-growing business app EVER comes to The Liberties

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The Liberties – Location for fastest-growing business app EVER

Guinness to Open Brewery Bar to Public

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Guinness apply for new public bar at microbrewery

Exciting New Trails Bring History Alive in Dublin

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Exciting new trails to bring visitors to The Liberties

Liberties Volunteer Ambassadors

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Have you seen The Liberties Volunteer Ambassadors?

Ashgrove Housing – Article in Totally Dublin

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Totally Dublin recognises The Liberties’ unique charm

New Teeling Whiskey Distillery

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A spectacular new tourist attraction in the historic Newmarket

Ciao Bella! Caffe Comino at Cornmarket

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A tasty new eatery with mouthwatering Italian dishes

Liberties Area Showcase and Investment Forum

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A better place to live, better for business, and one of the city’s best areas to visit and experience

Brendan Behan on Echlin Street

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James Street & District Residents have been very busy since they established last year. You can notice plenty of nice touches about the area to brighten the place up.

St Nicholas Within

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Standing at the top of St Nicholas Street (and of course outside The Liberties – in that part of the Dublin called the city!) lies the curious little ruin of St Nicholas Within. Its much posher namesake ‘Without’ lies on Francis Street and is one of the area’s finest churches. But how long has this building stood as a ruin on the street.