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Trinity College

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College Green, Dublin 2
Greystones - Howth Greystones - Malahide to Tara Street (425yds)
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Trinity College

Founded in 1592 Trinity College is Dublin's oldest university and its campus is situated on over 45 acres in the middle of the city. Being ranked 49th in the world's top 100 universities, Trinity College is regarded as Ireland's finest University and is nowadays home to over 9000 students.

Trinity College Dublin proudly offers its students a wide range of courses in Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences as well as Engineering, Mathematics, Science and Health Sciences.

The students have the pleasure of studying in Dublin's most beautiful historical buildings as well as having the latest modern facilities provided for them such as high-tech libraries and laboratories.

The college's architecture spans almost three centuries and thus provides a great mix of different styles. More and more buildings were added at various stages throughout history with the greatest expansion taking place from 1700-1831, this being the calmest time in Ireland after great turmoil and several wars.

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Westin Dublin (152yds) from €200
The Times Hostel - College Street (168yds) from €17
Fleet Street Hotel (206yds) from €116
Temple Bar Hotel (220yds) from €159
Ashfield Hostel (231yds) from €10
The Morgan Hotel (256yds) from €159
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Another famous aspect of this University is its enormous library which is home to the world-renowned Book of Kells. The Book of Kells, which was completed approximately in the year 800 AD, is the one of the most famous and impressive illuminated manuscripts of gospels in the world, created by monks and written on calf vellum.

Trinity College Dublin has been displaying it in the Old Library since the 19th Century. Your visit here is self-guided but with plenty of displays providing you with all the necessary information.

Visitors also have access to the Long Room, which at 65 meters long, is home to around 200,000 of the library's oldest books.

During the summer months Trinity College offers walking tours which give a summary of its history, architecture and renowned former students.


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