St Stephen’s Green Park is a historical park and garden, located in the centre of Dublin city.
Cared for by the Office of Public Works, the park is an important public resource in the area, and provides an oasis of green calm in the middle of a bustling city. Its four centuries of history are eventful and complex, involving such important figures as Arthur Guinness, 1st Baron Ardilaun, and Countess Constance Markievicz. The park itself hosts a large number of important sculptural monuments to Irish history. Many species of birds and plants also call the park their home. Public facilities at St Stephen’s Green Park include a playground and a garden for the visually impaired.
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In 2015, 2016, 2017 and again in 2018 St Stephen’s Green Park received a Green Flag award. The Green Flag is an international scheme which promotes the highest standards in parks and green spaces. Visit the Green Flag website for more information.
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A sculpture created from scrap metal depicting a weary soldier to commemorate the centenary of the ending of World War I will be on display from the 4th of November until the 25th November 2018 in St. Stephen's Green. READ MORE www.irishtimes.com www.independent.ie...read more
28 September 18 The Commissioners of Public Works in Ireland invite individuals, groups, organisations and event management/production companies to submit expressions of interest in staging events of a cultural, musical, educational or heritage nature between the...read more
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