Created By: ULSARA
The Dublin area from the Grand Canal between Ranelagh Road and Baggot St is a collection of some of the most interesting streets in Dublin.
The area was laid out in 1791, and over the next hundred years, it's gracious streetscape and squares emerged.
The homes were designed for a well-to-do class of civil servants, politicians, scientists and artists. The owners were largely Protestant, though their domestic servants made up nearly 35% of the population and were mostly Catholic.