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Temple Bar

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Temple Bar is a must visit when in Ireland's Capital City. The George Frederic Handel Hotel is located just a two minute walk from all the action of Temple Bar, where you will enjoy some city's best food and beverage outlets, and get a true feeling of Dublin culture. Cobblestone streets, bars, cafés, art galleries and architectural splendour harmoniously blend with old streetscapes and eco-friendly schemes. Among the cultural attractions are Dublin's only art-house cinema at the Irish Film Institute, the Gallery of Photography and the Project Arts Centre. Temple Bar also holds the weekly Saturday Food Market where the best of Irish organic food producers and art and craft hand can be  found. Temple Bar is full of lively and traditional Irish bars and boasts a bustling nightlife. This area is a major draw for hen and stag parties visiting Ireland. Temple Bar is a colourful quarter of Dublin City which, almost accidentally it could be said, over the years developed a bohemian 'Left Bank' character, while retaining in its cobbled streets and old buildings a charm no longer to be found in many other parts of the city. The Temple Bar district extends from Fishamble Street in the west to Westmoreland Street in the east, and from the River Liffey in the north to Lord Edward Street-Dame Street-College Green in the south.