Dublin is one of the world’s most beloved cities. It welcomes almost 6 million tourists every year. It’s changing rapidly. It has plenty of reasons for being on any architect’s travel list. On my walks I’ve noticed how the historical buildings are being supplemented or blended with modern architecture. The city’s red brick buildings, pretty parks and modest Georgian tenements stand proudly alongside buildings by some of the world’s largest tech firms. What do you think?
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I'm a contemplative soul, follower of JESUS and life long learner. Have you tried blogging as a reflective and healing tool? I enjoy being close to the ocean and in stunning nature spots. How about you? What brings you joy and life? Right now I'm enjoying the physical beauty of my native Ireland esp. swimming in the sea year round. Come and soak up some vitamin Sea with me, and explore the history and heritage of EIRE. If you'd like to collaborate on a project, great. Please hit the like button so I know you're out there! I take donations for my research and writing. There's a Paypal link at the bottom of each post. View all posts by Jeanette Dean