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    • DUBLIN
      • River Liffey
      Dublin is the capital city of the Republic of Ireland and the largest city of the country. The population is aound 500 000. It is located near the midpoint of Ireland's east coast, at the mouth of the River Liffey.
    • A north-south division has traditionally existed in Dublin for some time, with the dividing line being the River Liffey. The Northside is seen by some as working-class , while the Southside is seen as middle and upper middle class .
    • Several points of interest have been marked on the map below
    • O'Connell Bridge
      • This is the famous Bridge.
    • Statue of Daniel O'Connell
      • He was a politician and a patriot.
    • O' Connell Street
      • This is one of the widest streets in Europe.
    • Clery's Stores
      • It is the bigger store in O'Connells street. It stores everything from clothes to computers.
    • The customs house
      • One of the most important Georgian buildings in the city.
    • The four Courts
      • The home of the Irish Law Courts.
    • Smithfield Chimney
      • At the top and can see wonderful views of all Dublin
    • Christchurch Cathedral
      • This cathedral is one of Dublin's finest historic buildings
    • The Ha'penny Bridge
      • One of the famous bridges in Dublin.
    • Temple Bar
      • You can find a lot of restaurants and shops. Very interesting to go out at night.
    • Trinity College
      • It is seen as the best university in all Ireland.
    • Pearse Station
      • One of the most important railstation in Dublin.
    • Chester Beatty Library
      • It has a great collection of books.
    • Dublin Castle
      • Build between 1208 and 1220.
    • Grafton Street
      • The most popular shopping street.
    • St Stephen's Green
      • One of the biggest parks in Dublin city.
    • The doors of Dublin
      • In Dublin we can find georgian doors in most of the houses.