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Pics: Dublin's 'pop-up' inner-city park opens its gates

The temporary park at Dominick Street Lower was envisioned by the Upstart collaborative group and financed in part through on online Fundit campaign.

THE NEW ‘POP-up park’ beside Dublin’s Dominick Street Lower opened to the public today to add some extra nature to the north inner city.

Yesterday, TheJournal.ie gave a sneak peak of what was inside and talked to some of those behind the project. But now that Granby Park is open until 22 September there is even more opportunity to see how the former vacant site has been transformed into a creative space for art and music.

Pics: Dublin's 'pop-up' inner-city park opens its gates
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  • Building the amphitheatre

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  • Inside the amphitheatre

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  • Well earned rest

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  • Coat of paint

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  • Some of much flora on display in the park

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  • On display

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  • Horticulture

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  • 'Dream Farm'

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  • Sculpture

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  • A job well done

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Read: Pop-up inner-city park gets €21k funding boost >

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