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Tiġ Ċóilí pub exterior at nighttime in Galway. “Tiġ Ċóilí” is pronounced chee-KOH-lee, meaning something along the lines of “Coley’s House."
“The Dáil Bar” ~ Located on the corner of Lower Cross and Middle Street in Galway, this large pub is named after the lower house of the Irish parliament and has a beautiful façade, including a large clock with “17:59” painted under it – a nod to the year that Guinness was founded. “Dáil” is pronounced as “doyle”.