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  2. Dublin | Ireland.com

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    Feel the Dublin buzz. Welcome to Dublin, a city that's as intimate as a village and as friendly as an Irish pub. Framed by mountains, centered on a river and edged by a beautiful bay, the city's streets and alleys are filled with vibrant art and historic buildings, hip cafés and traditional "old man" pubs, as Dubliners call them.

  3. Dublin | Ireland.com

    www.ireland.com/.../destinations/experiences/dublin

    Welcome to Dublin, a city that's as intimate as a village and as friendly as an Irish pub. Framed by mountains, centred on a river and edged by a beautiful bay, the city's streets and alleys are filled with vibrant art and historic buildings, hip cafés and traditional "old man" pubs, as Dubliners call them. Walk the streets and you'll feel the energy of over 1,000 years of history, as echoes of the Vikings mix with buzzing boutiques, cobbled streets reverberate with the sounds of buskers ...

  4. Situated at the head of Dublin Bay of the Irish Sea, Dublin is the country’s chief port, centre of financial and commercial power, and seat of culture. It is also a city of contrasts, maintaining an uneasy relationship between reminders of earlier political and economic conditions and symbols of present-day life and prosperity.

  5. Ireland’s capital is Dublin, a populous and affluent city whose metropolitan area is home to more than one-fourth of the country’s total population. The city’s old dockside neighbourhoods have given way to new residential and commercial development. Cork, Ireland’s second largest city, is a handsome cathedral city and port in the southwest.

  6. Dublin - Wikipedia

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    As the capital city, Dublin is the seat of the national parliament of Ireland, the Oireachtas. It is composed of the President of Ireland, Dáil Éireann as the house of representatives, and Seanad Éireann as the upper house.

  7. Republic of Ireland - Wikipedia

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    Ireland (Irish: Éire [ˈeːɾʲə] ), also known as the Republic of Ireland (Poblacht na hÉireann), is a country in north-western Europe consisting of 26 of the 32 counties of the island of Ireland. The capital and largest city is Dublin, on the eastern side of the island.

  8. County Dublin - Wikipedia

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    County Dublin ( Irish: Contae Bhaile Átha Cliath [2] or Contae Átha Cliath) is one of the thirty-two traditional counties of Ireland, located on the island's east coast, within the province of Leinster. The county is divided into the local government areas of Dublin City, Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown, Fingal and South Dublin.

  9. Driving in Ireland | Ireland.com

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    Roads in Ireland. Roads in Ireland are generally of a high standard. They range from motorways and dual carriageways to secondary roads with two-way traffic and winding country lanes. In the Republic of Ireland, motorways are prefixed with an “M” (for example, the M50 ring road around Dublin city). National roads are prefixed with an “N” (for example N18).

  10. Ireland's counties and provinces | Ireland.com

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    This eastern province is home to the Republic of Ireland’s capital city Dublin, originally founded by the Vikings. Today, rarely a week goes by without some event happening in the city. Leinster is now the most populated province on the island, with over half the population of the Republic of Ireland living there.

  11. Languages of Ireland - Wikipedia

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    In the Republic of Ireland, under the Constitution of Ireland, both languages have official status, with Irish being the national and first official language. In Northern Ireland , English is the primary language for 95% of the population, and de facto official language, while Irish is recognised as an official language under the Identity and Language Act of 2022 and Ulster Scots is recognised as a minority language.