Hotel Near Croke Park
Croke Park Dublin is the home of Irish and Dublin GAA, accommodation near Croke Park Dublin can be expensive, however, there is cheap accommodation Dublin near Croke Park, if you want comfortable and cheap accommodation in Dublin, My Place Hotel is a 10 minute walk from Croke Park or 5 minute Taxi journey.
Croke Park History
In 2011 Queen Elizabeth of England visited Croke Park the home of the GAA as part of her historic visit to Ireland; this visit placed the history and culture of the GAA right at the heart of modern Irish society. The GAA has been the very heart and soul of many communities the length and breadth of Ireland, the GAA is much more than a sporting organisation, and is more of a cohesive jell that has held together Irish communities through some very difficult times. The GAA can be found in many countries around the world where Irish people have now settled and made their home. The Special Olympics held in Croke Park 2003 presented the versatility and community nature of the GAA as being the very fibre of Ireland.
Croke Park Centennial Anniversary
2013 marks the centennial anniversary of the naming and signing of the deeds for Croke Park/Páirc an Chrócaigh making it the Home of the GAA. More than just a stadium, Croke Park is now a world-class sporting and cultural venue, an Irish institution and a place of memories and stories, images and sentiment. Croke Park (Irish: Páirc an Chrócaigh, IPA: is a sports stadium located in Dublin, Ireland. Often called Croker by Dubliners, it serves both as the principal stadium and headquarters of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA).
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