Tralee! anything worth looking at the county town

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      Recently they has been a lot of things happining in the town centre with paving the square to a very high standard i can’t get photos anywhere?
      there was a article on the property section showing a large retail development that ws eye catching and fits in well with archtectureod the surroundings.
      its one of irelands largets provincial towns and has it fair share of architecture.

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      There’s one very beautiful Georgian (I think) street in Tralee but I’m not sure of the name of it; it’s just off the main street, The Mall. Most of the rest of Tralee doesn’t do much for me but it’s certainly looking a bit better than it was ten years ago. Tralee had a lot more character when it was a major market town for farmers. With the decline of agriculture, Tralee lost much of its traditional economic support but it seems to be bouncing back a bit in the last couple of years.

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      Paul Clerkin

      A good 19th century courthuse

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      Are you thinking of Denny Street? Can’t think what else it might be.
      There are also some nice Edwardian houses on the outskirts and a smattering of Victorian three-bay two-storey ones, but generally it wouldn’t excite me as a town. Sorry Tralee. 😮

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      i was reading some info about the coolest towns in ireland and galway and tralee were highest on the list ? quite starkling
      Tralee appeals to me because it really has a buzzing town centre and nice avenues and parks and well laid out i think .
      its really expanding a lot now though.
      the square in the town was recently paved for a heft price and design .
      i like ashe road and the museam too.

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      The project arose from a competition winning submission by EML and a development company in 2003. The site is in Tralee and is bounded to the south and east by Tralee’s town parks and elsewhere by shops and a cinema.
      The accommodation consists of two storeys of underground parking with retail / commercial space overhead at ground and first floors. Seventy apartments are provided at third fourth and fifth floor levels, arranged around an elevated landscaped courtyard.

      i came across this,what do you think ?

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