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This garden is dedicated to the 49,400 Irish soldiers who died in the 1914 – 1918 war.
The names of all the soldiers are in the granite bookrooms in the gardens.
These gardens have been designed by the famous architect Sir Edwin Lutyens.
A good place to visit and well with it. Well looked after location that respectful acknowledges those who paid the ultimate sacrifice in conflict. I really is thought provoking and a good place to stop and remember.
a very moving place to see when in dublin in november .all kept very clean and as you walk around you think of the people who and are still giving their lives to enable us to to see the gardens safely.
Visiting the Irish War Memorial Gardens was such a delight because it gave me the green scenery I was missing living in the city center. Plenty of green spaces to lounge and relax along the river as well as park space and a beautiful rose...More
Appropriately I visited Dublin 6 to 9 November and made a point of seeking out this peaceful spot located behind a bustling commercial area of the city. A beautiful site within a park setting close to the river, trees were in autumn colour and the...More
This is a most beautiful place. Walk by the tranquil waters of the river Liffey, sit and watch the river life and the local rowing clubs gently passing by. My favourite is the peaceful Rose garden. Here you can rest and meditate, think about the...More
This was once a place that many avoided as it seemed to be represent those who fought for the British empire and were traitors to Ireland.
As a result of reconciliation and the passing of the years, this has now become a place that one...More