Chapelizod

Chapelizod (Irish: Séipéal Iosóid, meaning "Iseult's Chapel") is a picturesque Irish village preserved within the city of Dublin, Ireland. It lies in the verdant wooded valley of the River Liffey, on the way to the slopes of the Strawberry Beds, below the Phoenix Park. The village is associated with Iseult of Ireland and the location of Iseault's chapel. Chapelizod is under the administration of Dublin City Council.

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Chapelizod - Amenities
... The Chapelizod Community Festival is held annually between the 1st and 2nd Sundays in July ... First held in 1994, the festival has grown to be one of the highlights of the summer here ...
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... It begins at the junction with the N4 road at Chapelizod and arcs southeastwards, then eastwards across the middle of south Dublin, ending at the Mount ... Instrument 188 of 2006) reads R112 Chapelizod - Churchtown - Mount Merrion, County Dublin Between its junction with N4 at Chapelizod Bypass in the city of Dublin ...
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... of the Dublin Evening Mail lived in nearby Chapelizod when not in residence his city townhouse at Merrion Square ... Ballyfermot and Chapelizod feature in his novel The House by the Churchyard and some of his other works ... Laurence's parish churchyard in Chapelizod ...
Chapelizod House
... Chapelizod House, known as the Viceregal Lodge, was a late mediaeval residence in Chapelizod, at the time a village outside Dublin (but now a suburb) which in the 1680s was used as a temporary ... elsewhere in the city because the found that Chapelizod House was haunted ... The precise whereabouts of Chapelizod House, which has long since been demolished, are not recorded in detail ...