St Marks (Dublin)

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Nichols Undertakers is a family run business which has been in place on Dublin's Lombard Street since 1814. That's seven generations of Nichols' working from the same location. 

The business is mentioned in James Joyce's great literary work Ulysses and so features in many Bloomsday events. 

The Nichols family have taken the Joycean association in their stride and have emblazoned their mention in the book on their wall. 

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Business (Shop/Office)

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