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    One of the beauties of Dublin is that a quick train journey from the city centre using the city's commuter rail service will take you to a seaside suburb...

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    Dublin Castle

    Having undergone many a rebuilding since it's original erection in the 13th century, Dublin Castle has served as a military fortress, a prison, courts of...

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    The Iveagh Gardens

    The Iveagh Gardens are somewhat of a hidden gem of the city centre. Hidden away off Clonmel Street, just a stone's throw from Stephen's Green, Iveagh...

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    St. Stephen's Green

    If the weather is good Stephen's Green is a truly lovely park to while away an hour or two perusing. It is Ireland's best-known public park and was reopened...

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    The Book of Kells

    The Book of Kells and the Old Library in Trinity are usually the tourist's first port of call. The Book, dating back to 800 AD travelled from Iona, off the...

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    Trinity College

    No trip to Dublin is complete without looking around one of its oldest structures. Founded in 1592, Trinity was built during the 16th and 17th centuries and...


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