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Westland Row


Westland Row

Westland Row, Dublin

Westland Row is a street on the south side of Dublin city, Ireland, dating from the year 1776.[1] It was originally known as Westlands after William Westland who owned property in the area in the 18th century.[2]

The street runs along the east end of Trinity College Dublin. Many research departments and Schools associated with Trinity, such as the Hitachi Dublin Laboratory and the Trinity School of Pharmacy, maintain administrative offices on the west side of the street. The eastern side of the street is dominated by Pearse Station, formerly called Westland Row Station, and the Church of St. Andrew. The Royal Irish Academy of Music is also based on the street.

South façade, Oriel House, Westland Row

The Free State Intelligence Department was based at Oriel House.

Writer Oscar Wilde was born at 21 Westland Row, which is now home of the Oscar Wilde Centre.

See also


  1. ^ Dublin Street Names
  2. ^ Irish Architecture website

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