Grafton Street , Dublin
On tours of Ireland you may visit Dublin....if you do take a walk up Grafton Street.
This street was originally called ' the highway to St. Stephens Green '.
The street runs from St. Stephen's Green to College Green in the North.
The street was supposedly named after Henry FitzRoy , 1st Duke of Grafton , who owned land in the area.
Since the 1980s , the street has been mostly pedestrianised , with the exception of the short stretch running between Nassau Street and College Green.
This short stretch contains two notable Dublin landmarks , the eighteenth century Trinity College Provost's House , home to the head of the college , and the late twentieth century statue of Molly Malone , which has become a popular Dublin meeting place.
Ireland tours lead you to Dublin and Dublin leads you to Grafton Street !!!! A must see attraction.