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Phoenix Park whatson

A history and
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"Brendan Nolan's comprehensive history and guidebook of Phoenix park is a masterpiece." Community Voice.

"Very well researched, and beautifully written and illustrated.
Make sure to buy a copy. It is certain to be of interest to
anybody living in Dublin or within its commuter belt."...
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"This is an enthusiast's book."
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The comprehensive book on Dublin's own national park.
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Copies of Phoenix Park a history and guidebook are a welcome addition to your corporate or conference goodybag. Ask for bulk order details.

Brendan Nolan has reported on Phoenix Park as a freelance journalist for several decades and was a professional observer at many of the events of the late 20th century related herein.


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Phoenix Park Visitors' Centre is accessed by road or on foot by the avenue from the middle roundabout --- Phoenix Monument --- on Chesterfield Avenue . The centre is a scheduled stop on the park coach's regular route. Coachs depart from and return to Parkgate Street.

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"Author Brendan Nolan provides a fascinating read."
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"It's a fabulous book. It should be in all the schools."
West Dublin Access Radio

 

Nolan sets well-known events in the Park's history beside accounts of its buildings and institutions, as well as obscure subjects like park rangers' uniform regulations.
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