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From TheJournal.ie Double Take: The windowless landmark on Dublin's College Green Double Take

Double Take: The windowless landmark on Dublin's College Green

No room with a view from Bank of Ireland’s headquarters.

From TheJournal.ie The short history of squatting in Dublin: Rejecting consumerism and being 'a bit punk' A Different Way

The short history of squatting in Dublin: Rejecting consumerism and being 'a bit punk'

Fiachradh McDermott examines the first squat in Arran Quay through to Grangegorman.

From TheJournal.ie WATCH: Santa visits the children of Dublin in 1948 Christmas Past

WATCH: Santa visits the children of Dublin in 1948

Best day ever.

From TheJournal.ie WATCH: Relive a 1940s Irish Christmas with these magical archive videos Winter Wonderland

WATCH: Relive a 1940s Irish Christmas with these magical archive videos

Snowball fights, the Christmas Day swim, and grown men acting like little children – more than 70 years ago.

From TheJournal.ie Christmas at Clerys: A century of bittersweet memories Rewinding The Clock

Christmas at Clerys: A century of bittersweet memories

How much for a bag of toy soldiers?

From TheJournal.ie This is how Dublin's cityscape has changed - and what's in store for the future Boom And Bust

This is how Dublin's cityscape has changed - and what's in store for the future

A new video maps more than five decades of development in the capital.

7 little things in Dublin you've always wondered about

Who the hell is Fr Pat Noise? What does the White Lady of the Northside mean? Find out in here.

From TheJournal.ie Photo project collects 1,800 of your photos taken over 50 years on O'Connell Street Man On Bridge

Photo project collects 1,800 of your photos taken over 50 years on O'Connell Street

Do you have a photo taken by Arthur Fields?

From TheJournal.ie "The street was my playground": A journey back to the tenement days Hidden History

"The street was my playground": A journey back to the tenement days

Phyllis Radburn, who lived on Henrietta St, was able to take a trip back to her former home thanks to Dublin City Council.

From TheJournal.ie Column: Clerys is an O’Connell St icon – and the street has changed a lot Opinion

Column: Clerys is an O’Connell St icon – and the street has changed a lot

Dublin historian Pat Liddy describes the chequered history of the famous department store.

Pic: A relic of 'Dublin's Finest Laundry'

And a footnote in ‘Dublin’s All-Time Worst Business Naming Decisions’. Yes, it’s the Swastika Laundry.