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is an enthusiast's book."
the thing to get you in the mood for the Rolling Stones concert in August."
number of memorials, monuments and public sculptures stand in corners
of the park to commemorate people who have gone before or to provide a
focus for different areas of the park.
Some are gone, but their space remains and decisions have yet to be made on a new use for the vacated areas.
of Lord Gough that used to dominate the first crossroads encountered in
the park on the way in from Dublin city was taken down, in the 1950s,
after several explosives assaults on it by nationalists.
more detail read
of Phoenix Park a history and guidebook are a welcome addition
to your corporate or conference goodybags.
He was born in Chapelizod in a house beside the churchyard of Le Fanu and counted Phoenix Park as his personal rambling ground through his growing years and beyond.
Nolan's comprehensive history and guidebook of Phoenix Park is a masterpiece."