The origins of the name ‘Terenure’ are in the Irish Tír an Iúir, or ‘land of the yew tree’. For most of Dublin’s history, this neighbourhood was a country estate, owned by a succession of wealthy landowners. By the early 1800s, the village began to take shape at the crossing of the roads leading south from Rathgar and Harolds Cross. It remained at the edge of the city right up until the mid-twentieth century, sitting at the southerly terminus of the tram line.
Today it’s a busy suburb but still retains plenty of open spaces, most notably at Bushy Park on the southern fringes of the village.
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