From those who fought and died for Irish independence to writers and musicians known the world over, Dublin has always honoured its famous sons. Book a Dublin hotel and meet the people who made it great with this guide to top places to visit famous Dubliners.

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    Windmill Lane for U2

    Fans of Ireland's biggest band might want to make a pilgrimage to the site of their former studio at 4 Windmill Lane. The entire street is covered with graffiti left by fans in a riot of colour and messages of devotion.

    ที่ตั้ง: Windmill Lane, Dublin 2, Ireland

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    ภาพโดย William Murphy (CC BY-SA 2.0) เวอร์ชั่นแก้ไข

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    Kilmainham Gaol for Padraig Pearse

    Kilmainham Gaol was the grim final abode of Padraig Pearse, the political activist who read the Irish Proclamation of Freedom on the steps of the General Post Office during the Easter Rising in 1916. Take a moving guided tour of the cells where Padraig and his comrades were held before their execution.

    ที่ตั้ง: Inchicore Rd, Kilmainham, Dublin 8, D08 RK28, Ireland

    เปิด: Hours vary by season

    โทร: +353 (0)1 453 5984

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    ภาพโดย Velvet (CC BY-SA 3.0) เวอร์ชั่นแก้ไข

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    Merrion Square Park for Oscar Wilde

    Inside Merrion Square Park, the striking life-size sculpture of writer Oscar Wilde is made from coloured stones sourced from 3 separate continents. The writer lounges on a rock, as though gazing wistfully at his nearby birthplace, the restored Number One Merrion Square.

    ที่ตั้ง: Merrion Square Park, Dublin 2, Ireland

    เปิด: Hours vary by season

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    ภาพโดย William Murphy (CC BY-SA 2.0) เวอร์ชั่นแก้ไข

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    Croke Park for sporting heroes

    Join the 80,000-strong crowd to cheer on the heroes of the ‘Dubs’, at Croke Park. The main sports are high-octane hurling, claimed to be the world’s fastest field sport, and Gaelic football.

    ที่ตั้ง: Jones' Rd, Drumcondra, Dublin 3, Ireland

    โทร: +353 (0)1 819 2300

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    O’Donoghues for the Dubliners

    Spend an evening in the pub where folk band the Dubliners made their name. Photos of great music stars of the past line the walls and local musicians turn up for impromptu traditional music sessions.

    ที่ตั้ง: 15 Merrion Row, Dublin, Ireland

    เปิด: Sunday from 11am to 12am, Monday–Thursday from 10am to 12am, Friday–Saturday from 10am to 1am

    โทร: +353 (0)1 660 7194

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    ภาพโดย Robert Linsdell (CC BY 2.0) เวอร์ชั่นแก้ไข

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    Glasnevin Cemetery for Michael Collins

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    There are around 1.5 million bodies lying in Glasnevin Cemetery, of rich and poor, hunger strikers and presidents. But it is the grave of Michael Collins, who was central to the struggle for Irish independence, that most people come to visit. More than 85 years after he died, his grave is still covered with fresh flowers.

    ที่ตั้ง: Finglas Rd, Botanic, Dublin, D11 PA00, Ireland

    เปิด: Daily from 8am to 6pm

    โทร: +353 (0)1 882 6550

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    Marsh’s Library & St Patrick’s Cathedral for Jonathan Swift

    The author of Gulliver’s Travels was also dean of St Patrick’s Cathedral, where he was buried after he died in 1745. After a visit to his place of rest, head for the library, established in 1701, to see the desk where he wrote his world-famous novel.

    ที่ตั้ง: St Patrick's Close, Wood Quay, Dublin 8, Ireland

    โทร: +353 (0)1 453 9472

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    Garden of Remembrance for the heroes of Irish independence

    A peaceful enclave off busy O’Connell Street, the garden’s focal point is Oisin Kelly’s huge sculpture of birds in flight, symbolising freedom. With a huge water feature in the shape of a cross, the garden commemorates those who died in the Easter Rising and the struggle for Irish freedom.

    ที่ตั้ง: Parnell Square E, Rotunda, Dublin 1, Ireland

    เปิด: April–September: daily from 9 am to 5 pm. October–March: daily 10 am to 4 pm

    โทร: +353 (0)1 821 3021

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    ภาพโดย Sir James (CC BY-SA 3.0) เวอร์ชั่นแก้ไข

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    Davy Byrne's for Leopold Bloom

    In James Joyce's epic novel Ulysses, our hero Leopold Bloom eats a gorgonzola sandwich while sipping Burgundy in Davy Byrnes, a bar which the author himself frequented. On Bloomsday (16 June), Edwardian-clad actors re-enact the Joycean character’s day, which of course includes his cheese-and-wine feast.

    ที่ตั้ง: 21 Duke St, Dublin, Ireland

    โทร: +353 (0)1 677 5217

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