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SATURDAY 23RD MARCH 2019
A THING TO DO THIS SATURDAY

in DUBLIN
Price: Free
Time: 1 hour
Each Saturday at 12:30pm, Dublin's National Gallery of Art has free art historian-led tours of the gallery's collection. Tours begin in the Millennium Wing of the gallery (with the entrance on Clare Street), and discover masterpieces by major figures in art history: from Canova to Caravaggio and Velázquez to Van Gogh.
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