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history lesson

VIDEO: A stroll through Dublin in 1915

Can you spot what has changed and what has stayed the same?

(YouTube: Tableyguy)

THERE MIGHT BE a Union flag flying above the GPO and Liptons is still on the quays but there is no mistaking the Dublin scenes from this 1915 video.

Enjoy the stroll through history.

Is there anything you miss about Dublin from the ‘good old days’ (maybe later than 1915)? Did you spot anything that remains the same to this day?

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