|Native name||Rae an Iarthair (Irish)|
|Length||250 m (820 ft)|
|Width||21 metres (69 ft)|
|north end||Pearse Street|
|south end||Lincoln Place|
|Known for||Pearse Station, Church of St. Andrew, Royal Irish Academy of Music|
The street runs along the east end of Trinity College Dublin.
Writer Oscar Wilde was born at 21 Westland Row, and future President of Ireland Mary Robinson and her four brothers lived there during their time as students. It is now home of the Oscar Wilde Centre.
Many research departments and Schools associated with Trinity, such as the Hitachi Dublin Laboratory and the Trinity School of Pharmacy, maintain administrative offices on the west side of the street. The eastern side of the street is dominated by Pearse Station, formerly called Westland Row Station, and the Church of St. Andrew. The Royal Irish Academy of Music is also based on the street.
The eponymous CBS Westland Row school backs onto the street, although the school entrance is on Cumberland Street.
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- Clerkin, Paul (2001). Dublin street names. Dublin: Gill & Macmillan. pp. 188–189. ISBN 0-7171-3204-8. OCLC 48467800.