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360° View of Upper Abbeygate Street, GalwayWilliam StreetSt. Nicholas Collegiate Church

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On a quick detour from William Street you reach Upper Abbeygate Street by turning left at Lynch's Castle.


Central NightclubHere we find the Central Nightclub, which is one of Galways most happening places to go to and very popular with students.

The unique brand of shops, café's and pubs in Abbeygate Street offer genuine value for money.


Young Bodhran player, click here to MAGNIFY!ListenStreaming Real Audio to one of Irelands youngest Bodhran players. The Bodhran is a traditional Irish instrument often featured in live music sessions in pubs. Hear an excerpt of this talented junior's performance by clicking here and pressing the play button.


Sally LongsFurther down the road at Sally Longs, the entrance of which can be seen on the left, a number of Rock bands play live concerts.

Galway Corporation is leading the re-development of the entire city center and pursues an active policy of promoting development and investment in the city.

Next we return to the pedestrian area of Shop Street
to find people dancing in the streets...


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