Watch Dubliners pass by in the heart of the capital, in Temple Bar
Dream of visiting Dublin? With this live-stream of Essex Street, in Temple Bar, you can pretend that you’re there, in the city’s cultural quarter, at least for a few hours.
Last week Fox 35 Weather Authority, posted a live stream on their Facebook page and of course the public loved it. The Earth Cam is broadcasting from Essex Street, on the corner of Temple Lane South, just one street back from the River Liffey.
Watching folks walk through Dublin can be really hypnotic!
Check out the busy streets of Dublin! SHARE if you'd love to visit Ireland. [Stream Courtesy: EarthCam]Posted by FOX 35 Weather Authority on Thursday, September 14, 2017
Doesn’t this just you want to visit?!
Temple Bar is an area on the south bank of the River Liffey, bounded by the Liffey to the north, Dame Street to the south, Westmoreland Street to the east and Fishamble Street to the west. The area is promoted as Dublin's cultural quarter and has a lively nightlife that is popular with tourists.
In medieval (Anglo-Norman) times, the name of the district was St. Andrews Parish. It was a suburb, located outside the city walls now it is a busy, jam-packed neighborhood, which often gets a bad rap for being too touristy. What many people forget is that the area is home to major Irish cultural institutions, including the Irish Photography Centre, the Ark Children's Cultural Centre, the Irish Film Institute, the Button Factory, Filmbase, Temple Bar Gallery and Studios, the Project Arts Centre, the Gaiety School of Acting, IBAT College Dublin, as well as the Irish Stock Exchange.
After dark, the area is a major center for nightlife, with many tourist-focused nightclubs, restaurants and bars.
Whether you’re visiting at day or night there’s always something to do in Temple Bar. If you’re planning to visit Dublin it should certainly be on your list.
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