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Tourists want ‘more heritage’

The streets broad and narrow in the St James’s Gate area could be turned into a ‘miniature Covent Garden’ when the brewery moves to Leixlip, writes Emma Kennedy.

1st November, 2008

The streets broad and narrow in the St James’s Gate area could be turned into a ‘miniature Covent Garden’ when the brewery moves to Leixlip, writes Emma Kennedy.

Gesturing to the cobbled streets beneath his office window in the heart of Dublin city, Paul Carty imagines a ‘‘miniature Covent Garden’’. The managing director of Ireland’s leading tourist attraction, the Guinness Storehouse, pictures seafood stalls and traders selling arts and crafts to...

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