ARBOUR HILL FROM BEGINNING TO END – A STREET AND AN AREA
Begins with a pub and ends with a church.
These photographs date from 25th April 2016 and not much has changed except for the fact the walls of the Belfry Pub are now painted black. Previously, someone commented that the Greek Church is not on Arbour Hill road however I have included it as the entrance is, without doubt, on Arbour Hill Road and their address is 46 Arbour Hill, Stoneybatter, Dublin 7, D07 W6T7
The Parish is served by Fr. Thomas Carroll, who can be reached in 050545849. The Church has been founded by the Greek Orthodox Community of the Annunciation, and it houses the Greek School in Dublin. In addition to the Greek members there are also Irish, Palestinian, Serb and Georgian parishioners.
Arbour Hill is an inner city area of Dublin, on the Northside of the River Liffey, in the Dublin 7 postal district. Arbour Hill, the road of the same name, runs west from Blackhall Place in Stoneybatter, and separates Collins Barracks, now part of the National Museum of Ireland, to the south from Arbour Hill Prison to the north, whose graveyard includes the burial plot of the signatories of the Easter Proclamation that began the 1916 Rising.