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I have always wanted to visit Dublin, Ireland. So when I was itching to do some traveling and only had an extended long weekend to do so, I finally took the opportunity.

One of Europe’s more popular cities, Dublin is steeped in history. This laid back Irish capital is a blend of Georgian townhouses, Victorian pubs and modern buildings. With a population of 1.7 million, this explains the number of great restaurants, cafes and bars. Wandering around Dublin is one of the great pleasures of visiting this urban destination. The city is so compact that the chances of getting lost walking around is quite slim. Bring your walking shoes, an umbrella on hand, and have a good time!

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St. Stephen’s Green

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Government Buildings

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Merrion Square

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National Gallery of Ireland

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St. Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre

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Trinity College is one of Europe’s oldest, founded in 16th century, and has produced many impressive alumni.

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Library Square

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The Old Library

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Campanile

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Front Arch

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Chapel

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Sphere Within A Sphere by Arnaldo Pomodoro

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