"Conns Cameras is a family-run business established by Phil Conn in 1968. Bob and Mike Conn together with an excellent team of knowledgeable and helpful staff can guide you through the maze of new technology. We welcome happy-snapper and professional photographer alike and offer an excellent back-up service on all items we sell, including the facility to provide loan equipment. We also offer hire, try-before-you-buy and trade-in services and have an on-site sensor cleaning service for both dry- and wet-dust removal.
The Conns Photolab (introduced in 1990) offers a high quality and cost effective range of services including developing, printing and scanning for film, digital or print reproduction. With top-of-the range machinery from Fuji and Epson we can cover all your needs from postcard size prints in the hour up to 40" canvases stretched onto custom-made wooden frames. For convenience images can be sent to the lab electronically and then either posted out or collected from our city-centre location.
For those times when it is not convenient to call in to us, or if you are based outside of Dublin, we also offer a secure mail-order service over the phone so please do not hesitate to contact us with any enquiries or drop into the shop to pick our brains in person". Conns Cameras is registered with the Producer Register Limited as a retailer of electrical equipment and batteries, and is a member of the WEEE Ireland Compliance Scheme. Our registration number is IE 00827WB
Conns Cameras (grafton arcade) Ltd, T/A Conns Cameras, is registered in the Republic of Ireland at 54 Clarendon Street, Dublin 2. CRO Num 32485 / VAT Num IE 9P49102S
54 Clarendon St, Dublin 2, D02 AK61, Ireland
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"Dublinbikes (styled "dublinbikes") is a public bicycle rental scheme which has operated in the city of Dublin since 2009. At its launch, the scheme, which is sponsored by JCDecaux, used 450 French-made unisex bicycles with 40 stations. By 2011 this had expanded to 550 bicycles and 44 stations, and in 2013 it was announced that a major expansion of the scheme would add a further 950 bikes and another 58 hire points. Dublin was the 17th city to implement such a scheme, and it was considered one of the most successful bike sharing schemes in the world, however in recent times progress has stalled with only 2 of 14 phases being rolled out. Currently the scheme loses €376,000 a year, leading to further expansion of Dublin Bikes being put on hold." #WIKIPÉDIA#OSMOPOCKET#DUBLIN#IRLANDA#EUROPE#PHO#PHOTO/a> #PHOTO #TODOSOSLUGARESDOMUNDO#JUSTEAT#DUBLINBIKES#TOMORROWLAND2019#FUTURE
"Molly Malone" (also known as "Cockles and Mussels" or "In Dublin's Fair City") is a popular song set in Dublin, Ireland, which has become the unofficial anthem of Dublin.
The Molly Malone statue in Grafton Street was unveiled by then Lord Mayor of Dublin, Alderman Ben Briscoe, during the 1988 Dublin Millennium celebrations, when 13 June was declared to be Molly Malone Day. The statue was presented to the city by Jury's Hotel Group to mark the Millennium.
On 18 July 2014, the statue was relocated to Suffolk Street, in front of the Tourist Information Office, to make way for Luas track-laying work to be completed at the old location. Due to the increase in tourist foot traffic, and a common penchant for being "handsy", the statue has been groped often enough that the bronze hue has begun to wear off on the bosom. #WIK#PÉDIA
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