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stephens green shopping centre dublinFavorite goods to buy in Dublin include fine Irish linens, Waterford crystal and hand-knitted woolen garments. Grafton Street is the city's preeminent shopping district, home to a number of boutiques and the Brown Thomas (or BT) department store, but don't miss a trip down the nearby side streets off of Grafton -- including Duke and Dawson.

The Temple Bar area offers a number of fun weekend markets, including a food market that takes place every Saturday and a book market that runs Saturdays and Sundays in Temple Bar Square.

For great clothing finds, check out the Designer Mart at Cow's Lane; every Saturday, local designers offer one-of-a-kind wares in the Temple Bar area.

If you're hit by a bout of Irish rain, head indoors to one of Dublin's malls or "arcades" -- like the Stephen's Green Shopping Centre or the George's Street Arcade.

Get your souvenir shopping done at House of Ireland, on the corner of Nassau and Dawson Streets, offering a wide selection of Waterford crystal, Aran knitwear, Celtic jewelry, Irish linens and more.

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