20 Photos that Prove The Liberties is Dublin’s Most Colourful Neighbourhood

Posted By The Liberties / 18th September / Liberties Life, Love The Liberties, Visit the Liberties / 0 Comments

We’ve compiled 20 photos which we think prove The Liberties is Dublin’s most colourful neighbourhood. Obviously we’re a bit biased, so have a look for yourself! If you like what you see check out more of our snaps on Instagram. Don’t forget to share your experiences of The Liberties too! #LoveTheLiberties

The Flags are out early in The Liberties for the All-Ireland Football Final

The Liberties is out in full support for the boys in blue for the All Ireland Final. #COYBIB

Religious statue in The Liberties

Religion at the heart of The Liberties. We still haven’t found all the statues of Mary around the place!

Man takes tiny horse for a walk in The Liberties

Strolling The Liberties – The horse plays a big role in the character of this area

Colourful tiny old cottage in The Liberties Dublin

The Liberties artisan dwellings will transport you back in time to what seems like rural Ireland in a city centre setting

Pink shopfront in The Liberties

Among some of the prettiest and more traditional streets in The Liberties is Gray Street

Typical scene in Saint Patrick's Park in Dublin

Saint Patrick’s Church is one of Ireland’s top visitor attractions. The park is one of Dublin’s finest

Two hands symbolise Love The Liberties

We can’t help but #LoveTheLiberties

TTypical scene in The Liberties Dublin

There is nothing quite like the sound of horses and the smell of Guinness while walking around “Real Dublin”

Love hearts for marriage referendum painted on a wall in The Liberties

Dublin’s premier design district has a habit of producing some incredible and influential art pieces

TOld car next to old pink building in The Liberties in Dublin

Sometimes one feels like being taken back in time in one of Dublin’s most historic neighbourhoods

Traditional weekend fruit Market on Thomas Street Dublin 8

The Liberties really is a great place to spend a few hours

Flowers next to traditional cottages

You’re bound to come across some of the cutest cottages you’ve ever seen

Fink painting a masterpiece on Francis Street

Fink, one of Dublin’s most well-known graffiti artists, is one to frequent the area with his masterpieces

Chalk design on the pavement on Gray Street

Even the local kids like to make their artistic mark around the neighbourhood!

Two ladies window-shopping in The Liberties Dublin

The Liberties is one of Dublin’s best-known market areas. Shopping here is always an experience

Traditional blue door and window on old house in The Liberties Dublin

Colourful buildings and equally colourful characters are everywhere

Colourful banners to welcome people to The Liberties in Dublin

Some of Dublin’s main visitor attractions are located throughout The Liberties and Dublin 8

Colourful balconies on flats in Swift's Alley in The Liberties

With over 23,000 people living in one square kilometre, The Liberties is one of Dublin’s most densely populated areas

Colourful painted archway on Thomas Street in The Liberties

Street art is EVERYWHERE

Colourful doors in The Liberties Dublin

Sometimes it seems the streets of The Liberties are actually one big gallery

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