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Dublin, metro

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    Dublin was first Ath Cliath, which means a "ford of hurdles" or the "Hurdle ford" and was located near the mouth of the River Poddle on piles of stones but it was with the coming of the Vikings in 841AD that Dublin had a start as a town.Dublin is a place of great cultural and historical interest. As the birthplace of Jonathan Swift, Oscar Wilde, W.B. Yeats, James Joyce, George Bernard Shaw, Samuel Beckett and many other renowned writers, Dublin is often featured in their books or should we say unfairly criticized by her writers. It was called "the blind and ignorant town" by W.B. Yeats, and James Joyce seems to have agreed. Yet, despite all the abuse, a number of truly great writers are part of Dublin's heritage. Today as always Dublin is a city for walkers, talkers and watchers (of both architecture and its people). Moore Street is a thriving street market off Henry Street; here the street traders today, as when Ireland (Southern) was part of Britain, are renowned for their colorful humor, loud voices and sh

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Dublin, Ireland
Dublin, metro

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Dublin, Ireland

GENERAL INFORMATION
Dublin was first Ath Cliath, which means a "ford of hurdles" or the "Hurdle ford" and was located near…

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Dublin
Dublin, metro

Transportation

Dublin

TRANSPORTATION
Dublin International Airport
Conveniently located just to the north of Dublin City Center. It is situated near the M50 and M1…

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