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City of Dublin

Dublin, the capital of Ireland, dates its origins to 988 AD with the Norman Vikings as its first settlers.  Dublin's history was tumultuous, growing from a small walled medieval town into a wealthy city within the British Empire.  Ireland gained independence in 1922 and Dublin experenced some of the most sever fighting during the Irish Rebellion which established the Irish Free States.

Today, Dublin's Illustrious cultural and educational past provides a backdrop to the now  modern city. With numerious theatres, shops, museums, universities and sports, there is always something to learn, experience and explore.

City of Dublin
Grafton Street