North Great George’s Street (Sráid Sheoirse Mhór Thuaidh)

North Great George’s Street is a street on the Northside of Dublin city first laid out in 1766 which connects Parnell Street with Great Denmark Street

North Great George’s Street (Sráid Sheoirse Mhór Thuaidh)

The street maintains many of its original features including granite paving, cast iron ornate coal holes and boot scrapers, cast iron ornate railings, grilles and gas lamp holders, original doors and ornately fenestrated fanlights, granite steps and granite stone faced basements, wooden sash windows and the original facades of most buildings. Other features which were added during later periods have now become part of the historic fabric of the street including granite faced first floors, Victorian cast iron balconettes, cast iron lampposts from various different periods and various creeping plants which extend over the front of several buildings and change colour with the turning of the seasons.

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