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Address: Castle Avenue, Dublin, Ireland

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This is a marker to show where the battle of Clontarf took place in the middle ages between the Vikings and the Normans, Brian Boru, the viking king of Dublin was supposed to have... read more

Reviewed 5 May 2016
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Dublin, Ireland
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Reviewed 5 May 2016

This is a marker to show where the battle of Clontarf took place in the middle ages between the Vikings and the Normans, Brian Boru, the viking king of Dublin was supposed to have fallen on this spot or nearby. Not much to look at, but has a lot of historical significance. Worth a visit, but you'd probably pass it... More 

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