What Are the Stands in Croke Park Called?

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Croke park is one of the most hallowed grounds in Europe due to its rich history and Gaelic form. It is only smaller than two other stadiums, Nou Camp and San Siro with four stands namely Cusack stand,canal end terrace, hill 16 and the commemorative stand called the Hogan stand after a footballer died in the aftermath of Bloody Sunday.
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The Davin Stand, The Cusack Stand and The Hogan Stand. There is also a terrace known as Hill 16.
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The Croke Park Massacre happened in the afternoon on Bloody Sunday 21/11/20. British forces opened fire on the crowd killing 14 civilians.
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It was named after Archbishop Thomas Croke, the first patron of the GAA.
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The hotel is an essential part of the visitor experience. People who are travelling distances can stay near to the venue. It’s very successful in Chelsea and it’s very
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