Georgian Dublin describes a time in history (1714 to 1830) when Dublin grew as a city. During this time period, four Georges were king and ruled over Great Britain and Ireland. Hence the word Georgian.

Houses built at this time had a particular style of architecture, they were all similar and very symmetrical. The Casino in Marino is a magnificent and local example of architecture of this time.

Have a look at my Power point presentations which will help you to learn more:

In the Power points there are links to interesting videos and virtual tours- Please ask your parents before clicking on any link.

Here is a worksheet, which, if you have access to a printer, you might enjoy. It relates directly to the Virtual Tour of No. 29 Fitzwilliam Street. It is very good but quite long so you may not want to print all of it.