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#Collins' Barracks

# collins-barracks - Sunday 4 June, 2017

Irish chaplain patrolled 1917 frontlines with a shovel, gave last rites and then buried the dead

The extraordinary bravery of Fr William Doyle is told in new exhibition at National Museum.

# collins-barracks - Wednesday 16 October, 2013

Defence Forces celebrate birthday of Michael Collins

Visitors to the barracks in Cork will have an opportunity to see armoured fighting vehicles including the ‘Sliabh na mBan’, which accompanied Collins at the Béal na mBláth ambush in 1922.

# collins-barracks - Wednesday 19 June, 2013

It's been 40 years since we joined the EU, so how did it all happen?

The National Museum in Collins Barracks is running an exhibition to mark the anniversary until 27 June.

# collins-barracks - Saturday 10 November, 2012

The symbol of our time: A decommissioned AK47?

The sign from the former Anglo Irish Bank HQ is vying with a decommissioned AK47 as the object of our times in National Museum poll.

# collins-barracks - Monday 22 October, 2012

PHOTOS: Inside the vaults at Anglo Irish Bank Peek Inside This post contains images

PHOTOS: Inside the vaults at Anglo Irish Bank

A TV3 camera crew got access to the vaults at the old Anglo HQ on Stephen’s Green in Dublin. Here’s what they saw.

# collins-barracks - Sunday 8 July, 2012

President to lay wreath as events commemorating fallen soldiers held around Ireland

National Commemoration Day marks the deaths of Irish men and women in past wars and on UN service.

# collins-barracks - Thursday 24 February, 2011

Irish museums and galleries boast 3 million visitors in 2010

Over 3.5 million people attended exhibits and events in Ireland’s cultural institutions – up by 7 per cent on 2009.