The Quay Pub, Temple Bar, Dublin.
In the 1980’s the Temple bar area was scheduled to be demolished and replaced with a Bus Terminal. While the terminal plan was being developed, the buildings were rented out at cheap rates, attracting many small shops and artists. Before long the development plans were protested, then subsequently cancelled, and today the Temple Bar area is famous for it’s nightlife.
These young ladies from Italy were having quite a night out.
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