During this week and the next week is the Five Lamps Arts Festival! You may not miss it!
Well, as the title says there is an exhibition of rabbits in the CHQ in George’s Dock, but believe me, these are not normal rabbits!
Today I would like to share with you, my visit to the National Museum of Ireland! The archaeology part! It’s a very beautiful place and we don’t have any excuse because is free! There are money boxes and if we want we pay a donative! more “National Museum of Ireland”
Molly Malone is one of the most famous statue of Dublin. She was in Grafton street but now, due to the Luas work, it is on Suffolk street (outside the Dublin Tourist Office). more “Molly Malone”
Everybody knows the name of Oscar Wilde. This writer became famous around the world. I’m sure you remember one of his books.
When you think about Christmas decoration, the first things that come to you mind are the lights and the ornaments such as: Christmas trees, santa claus, balls with lots of colors…
I love finding new art when I am walking in the street. In one of my walking I arrived at the end of Henry Street. There I saw my “friends”, this time with a girl!
Dublin is a city of artists. It was the home of famous artists: writers such as Samuel Beckett, James Joyce, Jonathan Swift or Oscar Wilde. Musicians such as U2, Enya o The Corrs, and painters such as Francis Bacon.
But today I bring you unknown artists that make this city their canvas. more “Street art”