CAMDEN ROW AT NIGHT – URBAN EXPRESSION AND DEPRESSION
Camden row features a number of pubs and restaurants and there can be some excellent street art on display but at times there can be many examples of urban decay and depression. Off the street is Liberty Lane which features many examples of street art the quality of which has declined over the last year or two. I think that it might best to avoid the lane late at night,
There was a St. Kevin’s Church in what is now St. Kevin’s Park, Camden Row, Dublin, Ireland at least as far as the 13th century. After the Reformation, it became an Anglican Church. The original church was replaced around 1750 by a new one, closed in 1912 and now in ruins.Both churches were dedicated to Kevin of Glendalough. There is also a Catholic St. Kevin’s Church a short distance away on Harrington Street.
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