A Ulysses app allows Dubliners to explore the city through the eyes of Leopold Bloom.
The app was created in 2020, and users can use filters to trace the footsteps of Leopold Bloom and Stephen Dedalus.
The app has been updated in line with today’s 100th anniversary of the publication of the 730 page novel, having previously been published in an American journal as individual stories.
Self-guided tours include a whistle stop tour of the key locations and step by step routes of selected chapters from James Joyce‘s masterpiece.
Users can use the filter to explore the novel based on a certain theme or chapter that they would like to focus on.
It allows people take a closer look at the parts of Edwardian Dublin that many of us take for granted like the Bank of Ireland on College Green, The National Museum, Sweny’s Chemist, The Freeman’s Journal and Telegraph Building and of course the door of 7 Eccles Street.
It is called ‘Joyce’s Dublin’ and can be downloaded for free on the App Store and Google Play.
Events are taking place across the city to mark 100 years of Ulysses.
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