Thomas Street (Dublin)

Thomas Street (Dublin)

Thomas Street is a street in The Liberties in central Dublin, Ireland. It runs from Cornmarket to the Saint James's Gate Brewery, where Guinness is brewed; there Thomas Street connects with James's Street. The National College of Art and Design is located on Thomas Street.


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