Dublin, Ireland's capital city, was established in 988 AD by the Norman Vikings. Many artefacts, old walls and buildings have been uncovered on the first site, Wood Quay, in City Centre. Similar to Paris' left and right banks, Dublin is divided in two equal parts by the river Liffey. The southern part is the medieval city and the northern half is very artsy with lots of shopping.


       Grafton Street


Ulster Bank

   Molly Malone

General Post Office


Georgian Door       National Irish Bankl



Wouldn't be Ireland
without it!

         Shelbourne Hotel

    Trinity College


O'Connell Street


     Water Sculpture

St. Stephen's Green


St. Stephen's Green


        St. Stephen's Green


        Three Fairies
       St. Stephen's Green


Shelbourne Hotel

       Oscar Wilde




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