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Phoenix Park is Europe’s largest park, with a circumference of 11km. It was created in 1747 at the location of a spring from which it takes its name: fionn uisce, pronounced ‘phoenix’ in English, and literally translated as ‘clear water’. The park also hosts a park. The main entrance is located on the east side on Parkgate Street. U2 played a gig here on 14 August 1983.


Phoenix Park, Dublin 8.


Dublinkarte Nr. 33 | Located in the west of the city, the park is easily accessibly by bus. Take the 10 from Donnybrook, which runs through the centre (O'Connell Street), or the 25 or 26 also from the centre (Middle Abbey Street). Or just walk, or by car, along the quay.


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