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Thu. 30 Jun. 2022

During the Civil War smoke rises above the city of Dublin, after the Irregulars ammunition store in the grounds of the Four Courts, was hit by a Free State shell on 30 June 1922. RTÉ Photographic Archive, Cashman Collection 0504/068

Four Courts Destroyed 1922

The destruction of the Four Courts in Dublin during a battle between Irish nationalists over the Anglo-Irish Treaty marks the beginning of the Civil War in Ireland.

Century Ireland Issue 234 - Smoke billowing over Dublin rooftops, following an explosion at the Four Courts Photo: National Library of Ireland, 4 July 1922

Edition 234 Century Ireland 1922

Edition 234 of Century Ireland with all the news from 100 years ago.

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Marlay Park Opens

Marlay Park Opens 1975

An Taoiseach Liam Cosgrave opens Marlay Park in Rathfarnham, County Dublin.

EXHIBITIONS

Music, Song and Dance of Ireland

Traditional Irish music, songs and dance from the television archives.

Civil Rights Campaign 1968-69

Coverage of the civil rights movement between the summer of 1968 and the spring of 1969.

Housing Conditions in Ireland

In less than 50 years, Ireland went from a critical housing deficit to a property glut.