This little, lovely, urban park is in a historic Dublin neighborhood. The park is filled with trees, shrubbery and some statues. It is an excellent place to picnic or retreat from urban hubub. One statue is a monument to Oscar Wilde, the late-Nineteenth Century wit and writer who was born across the street. The park is surrounded by elegant townhouses from the late-Eighteenth Century. These homes have the familiar Georgian doors that Dublin is famous for throughout the world. Since the beautiful doors are painted in all manner of bright colors, they are worth a trip just by themselves.
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