The hub of Dublin's nightlife is to be found in this quaint,
cobbled district, which is full of shops, traditional pubs,
theatres, cinemas and trendy clubs laid out on pedestrianised
streets. Busking fiddlers, an overwhelming choice of restaurants
and beautifully restored buildings add to the feel of the place and
make it worth a visit. The area is bordered by the Liffey on one
side and Dame Street on the other. The main street running through
the area also is called Temple Bar.
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