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PHOTOS: These views of Dublin from above are incredible

“Seen from the edge of an open aircraft door, the city below looks breathtaking.”

A NEW BOOK will give people a view of Dublin they rarely get to see.

Dublin: The View from Above is the latest book by Dennis Horgan, who has previously photographed Cork from the sky.

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It features bird’s eye views of the Docklands, the National Botanic Gardens, Dublin Zoo and several other well-known locations.

“Seen from the edge of an open aircraft door, the city below looks breathtaking.

“Flying in both helicopter and fixed-wing aircraft, usually with a door removed to get clearer shots and unobstructed camera angles, I managed to capture all the iconic Dublin landmarks, from Christchurch to Dublin Castle, in a new light – many from striking angles,” Horgan said.

Check our some of the images below:

PHOTOS: These views of Dublin from above are incredible
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  • St Stephen's Green

  • Dublin Port

  • Glasnevin Cemetery

  • Dún Laoghaire

  • Bridges along the River Liffey

  • City centre playground

  • O'Connell Bridge looking towards College Green

  • Heuston Station

  • Tanks at the Guinness Brewery

  • Ballsbridge looking towards Ringsend

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Órla Ryan

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