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Nutgrove Shopping Centre
Dublin City, Co. Dublin
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Nutgrove Shopping Centre is an indoor shopping centre in Dublin. It has a wonderful range of stores including fashion, food, phones and more.

Nutgrove Shopping Centre in County Dublin is an indoor shopping mall with large fashion stores and a wide variety of shops to suit all tastes. It is an award winning shopping centre that is proud to be at the heart of the community since 1984.

Everything is under one roof making shopping a pleasure. Stop for something to eat or enjoy a cup of coffee in pleasant surroundings. Nutgrove Shopping Centre is home to over 70 stores with over 1000 free parking spaces.

Nutgrove Shopping Centre is the perfect place to relax with friends and family. Browse the great mix of Irish locally owned and well known brands from Tesco, Penneys, Dunnes, Boots, Flying Tiger and Carraig Donn, to your local butcher, locksmith or alteration and repairs service.

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Nutgrove Ave, Rathfarnham, Dublin 14, D14 E6W6, Ireland
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