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  Dublin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dublin city proper has a population of some 495,000 (CSO Census 2002), though the population of the Dublin metropolitan area is higher, with the development and spread of suburbs and satellite towns continuing into the surrounding areas.
Dubliners is a collection of short stories by James Joyce about incidents and characters typical of residents of the city in the early part of the 20th century.
Dublin City is governed by Dublin City Council (formerly called Dublin Corporation) which is presided over by the Lord Mayor of Dublin, who is elected for a yearly term and resides in the Mansion House, which first became the residence of the Lord Mayor in 1715.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Dublin   (3504 words)

  
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Dublin (Baile Átha Cliath) is the capital and largest city of the Republic of Ireland, located near the midpoint of Ireland's east coast, at the mouth of the river Liffey.
Though Dublin was in terms of street layout a medieval city akin to Paris, in the eighteenth century (as Paris would in the nineteenth century) it underwent a major rebuilding, with the Wide Streets Commission demolishing many of the narrow medieval streets and replacing them with large Georgian streets.
Dublin's middle class liberal elite are often described as Dublin 4, referring to one of the city's wealthiest postal districts, in which the studios of Radio Telifís Éireann (Ireland's main broadcasting network) is located, as are a number of elite schools.
www.informationgenius.com /encyclopedia/d/du/dublin.html   (3584 words)

  
 Total Ireland - Dublin
Dublin Bay, with its great sweep of coast from the rocky brow of Howth in the north to the headland of Dalkey in the south, is a fitting introduction to one of Europe's finest capitals.
In addition to its splendid public buildings, Dublin is particularly rich in domestic architecture of the 128th century.
Famous for writers, poets and musicians, Dublin is also home for The Book of Kells, the beautifully decorated early christian manuscript and "Guinness" the world famous fl beer which is made at St.
totalireland.com /dublin   (254 words)

  
 Dublin's Fair City - Dublin Ireland - Dublins Fair City
Dublin, the capital of Ireland, situated in the east of the country, offers the same facilities as any big European city while still maintaining the most traditional and vibrant of Irish culture.
Dublin has attractions to suit anyones fancy, from museums to shopping, from castles to sport centres, from churches to restaurants, and of course a very special and exciting night life with pubs, cafés and night clubs.
Dublin has some wonderful parts to explore, like the River Liffey that cuts the city in two parts or Grafton street, the cities shopping heart, and of course the famous O’Connell street.
www.dublinsfaircity.com   (200 words)

  
 Dublin Ireland Tour Page
Dublin has been called "Europe's most intimate capital." Step into a local pub and you'll understand that quote immediately.
Dublin Castle was the adminstrative centre of Dublin and Ireland since 1204.
Dublin Corporation offers this great overview of the key sights and sites in the city.
www.dublinn.com /dublin.htm   (823 words)

  
 County Dublin , IrelandGenWeb Project
Dublin (county and county borough, Republic of Ireland) in Leinster Province, adjoining the Irish Sea.
Dublin (city, Republic of Ireland) (Gaelic Baile ¡tha Cliath, “Town of the Ford of the Hurdles”), capital, county borough, and seaport of the Republic of Ireland, county town of county Dublin, in Leinster Province.
It is at the mouth of the Liffey River, on Dublin Bay, an inlet of the Irish Sea.
www.rootsweb.com /~irldub   (383 words)

  
 Dublin Hotels Ireland - Dublin Hotel
Dublin in recent years has undoubtedly become one of the most popular places in Europe to visit or stay in and with good reason.
Dublin is the Ireland’s capital city (Belfast and Cork are the island’s other two major cities) and since its beginning around 988 it has accommodated many diverse nationalities from the Vikings to the English invaders to the sailors, traders and writers who settled and lived here over the centuries.
Modern Dublin is being transformed by enormous changes caused by the recent economic boom, and you cannot be there and not catch some of the infectious excitement that comes with prosperity.
www.dublin-hotel.net   (522 words)

  
 Dublin Hotels, Dublin Bed and Breakfast (B&B), Hotels in Dublin Ireland
County Dublin, located in the east of Ireland, is home to the city of Dublin, Ireland's largest city, and its capital.
Dublin city is renowned for its excellent bars and pubs, most of which are located on the southside, and in Temple Bar in particular.
Dublin Airport is located to the north of the city, with direct flights to Britain, Europe, and North America.
www.dublintourist.com   (752 words)

  
 Architecture of County Dublin - Buildings of Ireland [Archeire, Irish Architecture Online]
In addition to its splendid public buildings, Dublin is particularly rich in domestic architecture of the 18th century.
A section with competition entries for architectural competitions in the Dublin area that have never been executed.
The writer has been induced to undertaken this little work in the hope that it may meet with a reception as favourable as that extended to his Handy Guide to "Memorable London Houses," the popularity of which has created a demand for a third edition within a year.
www.irish-architecture.com /buildings_ireland/dublin   (280 words)

  
 Dublin Ireland tourism - hotels, bed and breakfast,car rentals Dublin, county maps...
Dublin city is steeped in culture and heritage.
Dublin is the third smallest county in Ireland, yet it is home to a third of the country's population.
Dublin is also a great location for horse riding and golf, with one of the world's best links courses at Portmarnock.
www.countydublin.com   (257 words)

  
 Cheap Dublin Hotels : Cheap Hotels in Dublin Ireland.
Dublin is the world's most famous drinking city, and that of course is all down to the unique atmosphere and endless variety of its countless pubs.
Visitors can create their own pub-crawls, relax in a beer garden or enjoy a pint of "the fl stuff" in the shadow of some of the great playwrights whilst mixing with the locals.
We wish you an enjoyable stay in Dublin and would be grateful if you would recommend us to your friends.
www.cheapdublinhotels.com   (232 words)

  
 Anti-Racism Campaign (Dublin - Ireland)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Anti Racism Campaign (ARC) is an open and democratic alliance of people who came together to combat the anti-refugee and anti-immigrant hysteria initiated and encouraged by many politicians and sections of the media.
Ireland is a country which has sent hundreds of thousands of people abroad to seek to better their lives.
Ireland takes in a tiny number of refugees every year, especially in comparison to other European countries.
flag.blackened.net /revolt/arc.html   (972 words)

  
 Genealogy in Dublin, Ireland
Dublin City and County is divided into three areas for genealogical research purposes under the Irish Genealogical Project.
The Fingal Heritage Group is designated by the Irish Family History Foundation as the official centre for genealogical research for the northern part of the county.
In no event shall Mayo Ireland Ltd be liable for any incidental or consequential damages, lost profits, or any indirect damages arising from any errors in these pages.
www.irishroots.net /Dublin.htm   (93 words)

  
 :: Dublin Ireland : Hotels : Bed and Breakfast
Dublin, Ireland travel guides, including Dublin travel books, dining guides, maps and Dublin-specific specialty guides for both business travelers and visitors in Dublin, Ireland.
With a thousand pubs and a booming economy, Dublin, Ireland is rapidly turning into a party town.
Dublin art galleries including The Apollo Gallery, Douglas Hyde Gallery and the National Gallery of Ireland.
www.dublin-ireland.com   (173 words)

  
 Factmonster Search: dublin, ireland
Eavan Boland poet Born: 9/24/1944 Birthplace: Dublin, Ireland The daughter of an Irish diplomat,...
Samuel Beckett playwright, novelist Born: 4/13/1906 Birthplace: Foxrock, County Dublin, Ireland...
Thomas Kinsella poet Born: 1928 Birthplace: Dublin, Ireland Considered to be the most experimental...
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 Dublin Tourism - Official Information, Dublin Hotels and Car Hire
Here you'll find Dublin hotels, and other accommodation in our Dublin accommodation section, all of which are of the highest standard and all are approved by Failte Ireland (the Irish tourist board).
Ireland is known as the 'Golfing Mecca of Europe', and some of the finest courses in the country are right here in Dublin!
Dublin Tourism are giving you the chance to win a fantastic break for two in Dublin with hotel, flights, car hire and tickets to the Dublin International Theatre Festival all included!
www.visitdublin.com   (596 words)

  
 Car Hire Dublin Ireland from car rentals.co.uk
The charm of the Dubliners sets the tone for the rest of this enchanted Emerald Isle.
The Irish Parliament is historically interesting but it is the Dublin Castle, which lends most the appeal to Dublin’s history.
The Rock and Stroll museum, and the Dublin Literary tour are a must if you wish to truly appreciate Ireland’s incredible legacy of literature and music.
www.carrentals.co.uk /car-hire/dublin-guide.html   (229 words)

  
 Dublin Castle - At the Heart of Irish History
Dublin Castle - At the Heart of Irish History
Dublin Castle Conference Centre is a founder member of H.C.C.E The Historic Conference Centres of Europe
Dublin Castle is under the management of the Office of Public Works
www.dublincastle.ie   (37 words)

  
 Cheap Dublin Car Hire - Book Car Rental in Dublin - Ireland
Dublin has a great system which is worth understanding coz it makes like much easier.
Trinity College (University of Dublin) - Ireland's top university was founded in 1592 by Elizabeth and is home to one of the world's oldest book - the book of Kells - a stunning 1200 year old manuscript which is always on view to the public.
Dublin Castle - Constructed in the 13th Century, Dublin castle is a short walk from Temple Bar.
ireland.carhireexpress.co.uk /dublin.html   (767 words)

  
 Dublin Ireland Car Hire - Online Dublin Ireland Car Hire Booking   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Dublin Ireland Car Hire has all you will need.
Dublin Uncovered - Dublin Car Hire Section is in association with Irish Car Rentals, who in turn are the Irish agents of Sixt Car Rentals.
In Ireland, unlike most of the rest of the world, cars drive on the left handside of the road.
www.dublin-ireland-car-hire.com   (365 words)

  
 Dublin city guide, Ireland - Time Out Travel
Sitting low and dark on the edge of the River Liffey, there’s something forbidding about Dublin at first.
But as soon as you get on your feet and begin to walk its accessible streets, discovering along the way how small it is, how charming it is and how admirably low-key the locals are, you realise you’ve come to the right place.
The Time Out Dublin Guide has been completely updated by people who live and work in Ireland's capital.
www.timeout.com /travel/dublin   (190 words)

  
 Dublin Hotels : Hotels in Dublin Ireland
Dublin is Ireland's capital city and offers something for every taste and budget.
The quality and standards of hotels in Dublin is generally excellent and our facility will allow you see exactly what each Dublin hotel offers.
Rest assured when booking your Dublin hotels via our site that you are booking with state of the art secure credit card facilities.
www.dublinshotelguide.com   (363 words)

  
 Ireland Hotels, Dublin Hotels, accommodation, lodgings, bed & breakfasts, apartments, townhouse suites
Whether your stay in Dublin is for business or pleasure, The Leeson Hotel is the place to stay.
The arrival of the “designer hotel” to Dublin indicates a move away from the large multinational hotels of the past few...
One of Dublin's most popular city centre hotels, the Temple Bat Hotel has 130 guest bedrooms, a modern bar and a restaurant, with residents' bar and lounge
www.irelandby.com   (350 words)

  
 Maps of Europe - Map of Ireland, Dublin - Detailed Ireland physical and political maps
Ireland is a place apart from all others.
Ireland is a country where a traffic jam is usually with sheep and the worst of weather is often Irish mist.
A peace settlement for Northern Ireland, known as the Good Friday Agreement and approved in 1998, is currently being implemented.
www.europeetravel.com /maps/ireland-map.htm   (427 words)

  
 AHA International: Dublin, Ireland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
From the lush, green, rolling hills of the countryside to the dramatic coastal scenery that borders its shores, this small island nation is truly a gem.
The capital city of Dublin is a bustling and vibrant walk through time.
Summer courses in Dublin are hosted at University College Dublin (UCD), the largest university in Ireland enrolling more than 20,000 students each year.
www.aha-intl.org /program.php?place=dublin2004   (160 words)

  
 Dublin hotel reservations. Hotel accommodation in Dublin, Ireland.
Dublin is the home to the Guinness Brewery which – at least in the eyes of the Irish people – is not just another company.
The brewery itself is not open for the public which is a pity, but those wanting to know the history of the company may visit the Guinness Storehouse.
It is said the closer to the brewery your pint is poured into glass, the better it is. This gives an advantage to all Dublin bartenders over those from the rest of the country, but then again, Dublin is different from the Republic indeed.
www.europe-cities.com /hotels-dublin.aspx   (176 words)

  
 Dublin hotels, Ireland Republic of. Cheap, budget and luxury hotels in Dublin.
Here you will discover the wide choice of Dublin hotels selected by categories and rates.
The hotel is situated on Dublin's historic Pearse Street in the heart of one of Europe's oldest, and most beautiful capitals, within walking distance of the best shopping areas, restaurants, theatres, conference and sports venues.
The hotel is situated in the famous Temple Bar area of Dublin.
www.hotels-dublin.org   (341 words)

  
 Dublin Hotels : Cheap Hotels in Dublin Ireland
Dublin hotels are always very heavily booked particularly on Friday and Saturday nights and for all major events.
Remember with Dublin Hotel Reservations you only have to pay a small deposit to secure you hotel booking-the balance is paid to the hotel on departure.
If you found our Dublin Hotels facility useful please also be sure to use the link below if you require hotels or any other form of accommodation in any part of Ireland.
www.dublinhotelreservations.com   (242 words)

  
 project arts centre, dublin, ireland
During these four weeks the two artists will produce a floor to ceiling work that wraps around the gallery in the form of a giant mural.
This collaboration is the result of a visit by each artist to the others country (respectively Ireland and India)...
Ireland's premier very low energy musical whimsist returns to Project.
www.project.ie   (179 words)

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