St Stephens Green Park Dublin Ireland
If your in around Dublin city centre then you could venture up to St Stephens green park. Its a great park with some nice winding walk ways and lovely shrubs, trees and other nice flowers and fauna, along with the wildlife that shares the park.
Male and female mallard ducks, swans and other water foul can be found afloat on the lovely ponds and little meandering streams.
Sit and relax on the park benches and admire the fountains in the middle of the park.
Even though this park is located in the city, you wouldn’t notice the hustle and bustle of the city when your in the park, its a nice way to be able to switch the atmosphere and life mood modes from city life to natural calm life.
History Famous People James Joyce
Or if you like history there are some busts and statues of famous writers and scholars spread throughout the green.
James Augustine Aloyisius Joyce was born in Rathgar Dublin on the 2nd of February 1882 and died on the 13th of January 1941. He was a novelist and poet, famous for writing Ulysses, A portrait of the artist as a young man and Finnegans wake.
Jeremiah O’ Donovan Rossa
He was an Irish Fenian leader and prominent member of the Irish Republican Brotherhood (IRB). Jeremiah died in Staten Island, New York on the 29th of June 1915, a year before the IRB staged the Easter Rising which took place at the GPO in 1916.
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