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Photograph of a Dublin City Council Commemorative plaque marking he site of the 12th century Saint Olave's Church

St Olave’s Church

On Wednesday 28th September, 2002, a Dublin City Council commemorative plaque marking the site of the medieval Saint Olave’s Church was unveiled at Fishamble Street, Dublin, by Councillor Michael Pidgeon, representing the the Lord Mayor of Dublin Caroline Conroy, and the Abassador of Norway to Ireland, Mari Sk. Saint Olaf, the patron saint of Norway, […]

Site of St Olave’s Church to be commemorated

The next plaque to be erected under the Dublin City Council scheme will mark the site of St Olave’s Church, which stood on Fishamble Street from the mid-10th century. The location is now part of the Civic Offices, where the plaque will be installed. St Olave (or Olaf) is the patron saint of Norway, and […]

Photograph of unveiling of Dublin City Council commemorative plaque at Le Fanu Road, Ballyfermot.

Ballyfermot Train Ambush commemorated by Dublin City Council Plaque

The last major action of the Irish War of Independence, the Ballyfermot Train Ambush of July 1921, has been marked by a Dublin City Council Commemorative Plaque. The commemorative plaque was unveiled by Lord Mayor Caroline Conroy on the railway bridge at Le Fanu Road, the site of the ambush. Speaking at the unveiling, the […]

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