1776 – Harcourt Street, Dublin

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Named after Lord Simon Harcourt, the former Lord Lieutenant of Ireland from 1772-76. A fine Georgian street that is largely intact, Harcourt Street leads away from St. Stephen’s Green. The details of Dublin’s Georgian doorways vary greatly from street to street and even from doorway to doorway within the same street.

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