As the whole of Ireland (Republic of Ireland), Dublin has a Celtic origin. On the existence of a settlement of the Celts in the territories of the modern Irish capital was known in Ancient Greece.
In the works of Claudius Ptolemy (87-165 approx.), Greek geographer and astronomer, and had discovered one of the first mentions of Dublin, dated 140 Claudius called him Eblana Civitas familiar to us the name the city got after many hundreds of years.
Pearse street — one of the longest streets in Dublin, named in honour of the Irish revolutionaries, brothers Pearce, Patrick and William who were born here. Was originally known as moss lane, then great Brunswick street. The Western end of the street intersects with College street near Townsend street. Trinity College here forms the South side of the street and on the North side is the police station. Continuing to the East, Pearse street intersects with Tara street in the area of the fire station and the hotel.