Nassau Street is a street in central Dublin, running along the south side of Trinity College. It runs from Grafton Street in the west, to the junction of South Leinster Street and Kildare Street in the East.
The south side of the street is commercialised, with newsagents and a music shop to the east of the junction with Dawson Street and smaller shops to the west of it.
Formerly known as St Patrick's Well Lane after a 12th-century well, it was renamed in the 18th Century, after the accession to the throne of King William III, a member of the House of Orange-Nassau. To emphasise the point, one of the houses erected a marble bust of William with the verse:
Address Nassau Street, Dublin, Ireland
Coordinates 53°20'33.785" N -6°15'24.811" E