Trinity College Dublin is a place that most Dubliners have fond memories of visiting, whether they attended the college or not. From the inaugural visit to see the Book of Kells to the odd lazy summer afternoon balmed out on the lawn.
No matter what the day of the week, Trinity is bustling with students and tourists alike. Over 500,000 people travel from all over the world to see the Book of Kells every year, a manuscript over 1000 years old that is considered Ireland's national treasure. The Trinity Ball is notorious for being an exclusive and notorious annual party that attracts some of Europe's big names in music. The lawns of the university attract people working nearby in the summertime who like to lay out on their lunch break and soak up some rays while munching on their sandwiches.
Photographer Derek Kennedy took a stroll through Trinity on Saturday to snap all the folk enjoying the grounds and attractions that Trinity has to offer.
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