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  • 1. Chester Beatty Library

    Dublin West | Library/Archive

    A connoisseur's delight, this "library" is considered one of the overlooked treasures of Ireland. After Sir Alfred Chester Beatty (1875–1968...Read More

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  • 2. The Old Library and the Book of Kells

    Dublin South | Library/Archive

    Home to Ireland's largest collection of books and manuscripts, the Old Library's principal treasure is the Book of Kells, generally considered...Read More

  • 3. Berkeley Library

    Dublin South | Library/Archive

    The Berkeley Library, the main student library at Trinity, was built in 1967 and is named after the philosopher and alumnus George Berkeley...Read More

  • 4. James Joyce Centre

    Dublin North | Library/Archive

    Few may have read him, but everyone in Ireland has at least heard of James Joyce (1882–1941)—especially since owning a copy of his censored...Read More

  • 5. Marsh's Library

    Dublin West | Library/Archive

    When Ireland's first public library was founded and endowed in 1701 by Narcissus Marsh, the archbishop of Dublin, it was made open to "All Graduates...Read More

  • 6. National Library

    Georgian Dublin | Library/Archive

    Along with works by W.B. Yeats (1923), George Bernard Shaw (1925), Samuel Beckett (1969), and Seamus Heaney (1995), the National Library contains...Read More

  • 7. Royal Irish Academy

    Dublin South | Library/Archive

    The country's leading learned society houses important documents in its 18th-century library, including a large collection of ancient Irish...Read More

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