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Dublin and its Georgian buildings in the 18th century

  • 20 Jan 2022
  • 19:30 - 22:30
  • Princess Grace Irish Library, 9 rue Princesse Marie de Lorraine, 98000 Monaco Ville
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Dublin and its Georgian buildings in the 18th century

Thursday January 20, 2022  7 pm 


At Princess Grace Irish Library,
9 rue Princesse Marie de Lorraine, 98000 Monaco Ville.


Join us for an evening talk by Donough Cahill, Exec Director of Irish Georgian Society.

A talk which will give an overview of the development and expansion of Dublin during the Georgian period through exploring its great public buildings, aristocratic houses and residential streets and squares, including Trinity College and the Phoenix park.

After the talk you are invited to partake of a range of Irish drinks. 

Spaces are limited to 15, we encourage you to reserve early.

 Notice:  

Pass Sanitaire and Mask are required by this venue.



Musée Oceanographic - 3 mins walk. Fee approx €2.

  Train to Monaco then bus No1 or 2 to Terminus.

*Closing date for registration is January 15, 2022.

If you need more info please contact:
Anne Tormey  0493689319
annet.director@iwcr.org

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