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# dublin-history - Wednesday 11 July, 2018

Double Take: The windowless landmark on Dublin's College Green

No room with a view from Bank of Ireland’s headquarters.

# dublin-history - Wednesday 27 December, 2017

The short history of squatting in Dublin: Rejecting consumerism and being 'a bit punk'

Fiachradh McDermott examines the first squat in Arran Quay through to Grangegorman.

# dublin-history - Thursday 24 December, 2015

WATCH: Santa visits the children of Dublin in 1948

Best day ever.

# dublin-history - Wednesday 23 December, 2015

WATCH: Relive a 1940s Irish Christmas with these magical archive videos

Snowball fights, the Christmas Day swim, and grown men acting like little children – more than 70 years ago.

# dublin-history - Monday 21 December, 2015

Christmas at Clerys: A century of bittersweet memories

How much for a bag of toy soldiers?

# dublin-history - Saturday 19 September, 2015

This is how Dublin's cityscape has changed - and what's in store for the future

A new video maps more than five decades of development in the capital.

# dublin-history - Saturday 23 August, 2014

From The Daily Edge 7 little things in Dublin you've always wondered about Lady On The Rock

7 little things in Dublin you've always wondered about

Who the hell is Fr Pat Noise? What does the White Lady of the Northside mean? Find out in here.

# dublin-history - Sunday 6 April, 2014

Photo project collects 1,800 of your photos taken over 50 years on O'Connell Street

Do you have a photo taken by Arthur Fields?

# dublin-history - Sunday 17 November, 2013

"The street was my playground": A journey back to the tenement days

Phyllis Radburn, who lived on Henrietta St, was able to take a trip back to her former home thanks to Dublin City Council.

# dublin-history - Saturday 22 September, 2012

Column: Clerys is an O’Connell St icon – and the street has changed a lot

Dublin historian Pat Liddy describes the chequered history of the famous department store.

# dublin-history - Tuesday 4 September, 2012

From The Daily Edge Pic: A relic of 'Dublin's Finest Laundry' Swastika

Pic: A relic of 'Dublin's Finest Laundry'

And a footnote in ‘Dublin’s All-Time Worst Business Naming Decisions’. Yes, it’s the Swastika Laundry.