Welcome to Glasnevin
Glasnevin (Glas Naíon) is a largely residential neighbourhood of Dublin City.
Glasnevin became a township in 1878 and became part of the City of Dublin in 1900.
Today Glasnevin has a vibrant community, largely comprising of a mix of young families and their more senior counterparts from the middle of the last century, as well as students attending the University.
Development site at intersection in Santry on market for €750k
The property is located on the north-eastern section of the interchange between the Santry Avenue and the Old Ballymun Road and the latter is a key arterial route from the M50 to Glasnevin, Phibsboro, The Four Courts and Clanbrassil Street. Situated to ...
'Don't ever let my double-killer brother out of jail'
Psycho Kinsella previously served an eight-year sentence for the manslaughter of retired auctioneer Thomas Foreman (86), who he attacked as the pensioner was visiting the grave of his wife Ellen and first child in Glasnevin cemetery in September 1995.
Godless funerals thrive in 'post-Catholic' Ireland
Religion News Service
A Patrician cross, Ireland's dominant religious symbols, marks a burial at Dublin's Glasnevin Cemetery. Glasnevin is home to one of the few crematoriums in Ireland and has seen a 50 percent increase in the number of cremations in the last decade ...
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