Marino is a Northside suburb near the north inner city area of Dublin, Ireland.
Marino encompasses the area within the boundaries of Sion Hill Road, Gracepark Road, Philipsburgh Avenue (from Lynch’s north, Malahide Road and Shelmartin Terrace. Marino borders other Northside areas such as Fairview, Donnycarney and Clontarf. It is two kilometres from the GPO in O’Connell Street.
The area is served by the Clontarf Road DART station.
The townland of Marino was carved out of the townland of Donnycarney which reverted to the Corporation of Dublin following the dissolution of All Hallows monastery in the reign of King Henry VIII.
The area was developed for housing in the late 1920s and 1930s on the former estate lands of the Earl of Charlemont in the civil parish of Clonturk (now Marino, Fairview and Drumcondra). It is notable as one of the first examples, in the newly formed Irish state, of an affordable housing project.