Great Denmark Street is a street in Dublin, Ireland. It leads to Mountjoy Square and is crossed by Temple/Hill Street, and is part of Gardiner's Row. The area was largely a semi-rural area until the 1770s, when a number of townhouses were built for the landed gentry.[ The street was probably named after the sister of George III in 1775.
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