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Dublin's Lost Treasures: Vanished Places in Dublin

Dublin's Lost Treasures: Vanished Places in Dublin
Dublin's Lost Treasures covers the many shops,cinemas,theatres and other institutions that have closed down in Dublin over the past 50 years.As the pace of development has quickened in recent decades,old places have closed Down at an increasing rate,so this book aims to be a record of many old shops and other establishments that have shut their doors for the last time,often before being demolished.Many of the reminiscences about these vanished places has been sent in by readers,including staff and owners.
Our Price: €15.99
ISBN/EAN9781490794815
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Publisher: Trafford Publishing
Pub. Date: April 22 2019
Author: ORAM, HUGH
Format: Paperback
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