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CHAP - Chapelizod Heritage Association Podcast

Tomás Skinner & Fala Buggy

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CHAP - Chapelizod Heritage Association Podcast

Tomás Skinner & Fala Buggy

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Situated at the bend of the River Liffey to the west of Dublin city, Chapelizod has a long and varied history thousands of years in the making. For this reason, we have created CHAP, the Chapelizod Heritage Association Podcast - a free audio tour of the village to be enjoyed by locals and visitors alike. The podcast aims to explore some of the fascinating stories from Chapelizod’s history and archaeology, focusing initially on the sites that feature on the heritage sign in the village square and the accompanying walking map. The number beside each episode corresponds with the number shown on the sign and map. The episodes can be listened to in any order as one explores the village of Chapelizod.

Latest Episodes

21. Knockmary Cist (Cromlech)

Learn about the earliest evidence of human activity around Chapelizod at this splendid site overlooking the village. You will also learn about Chapelizod's role in the emergence of professional archaeology in Ireland.

6 MIN2018 JUL 22
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21. Knockmary Cist (Cromlech)

17. The House by the Churchyard

Learn about the history of this magnificent Georgian building made famous by the Irish writer of supernatural and horror, Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu.

9 MIN2018 JUL 22
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17. The House by the Churchyard

5. Anna Livia Bridge

The village of Chapelizod is located between the River Liffey and the steeply sloping hills leading up to Ballyfermot to the south and the Fifteen Acres of the Phoenix Park to the north. Chapelizod is located in one of the only two postal districts in Dublin to spans both sides of the River Liffey, North and South. Today both sides are joined by Anna Livia, a four-arch span limestone bridge hangs over the rich leafy banks. Listen to this episode to learn about the history of the bridge's construction, and its inspirational role in the writings of Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu and James Joyce.

6 MIN2018 JUL 7
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5. Anna Livia Bridge
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Latest Episodes

21. Knockmary Cist (Cromlech)

Learn about the earliest evidence of human activity around Chapelizod at this splendid site overlooking the village. You will also learn about Chapelizod's role in the emergence of professional archaeology in Ireland.

6 MIN2018 JUL 22
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21. Knockmary Cist (Cromlech)

17. The House by the Churchyard

Learn about the history of this magnificent Georgian building made famous by the Irish writer of supernatural and horror, Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu.

9 MIN2018 JUL 22
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17. The House by the Churchyard

5. Anna Livia Bridge

The village of Chapelizod is located between the River Liffey and the steeply sloping hills leading up to Ballyfermot to the south and the Fifteen Acres of the Phoenix Park to the north. Chapelizod is located in one of the only two postal districts in Dublin to spans both sides of the River Liffey, North and South. Today both sides are joined by Anna Livia, a four-arch span limestone bridge hangs over the rich leafy banks. Listen to this episode to learn about the history of the bridge's construction, and its inspirational role in the writings of Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu and James Joyce.

6 MIN2018 JUL 7
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5. Anna Livia Bridge
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