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General Information About Dublin - Ireland

Annual Temperature - Dublin

Annual Temperature

Month    Average Min. Temp C    Average Max. Temp C
January        3                                      8
February      3                                       8
March         ...

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City in a Day - Dublin

City in a Day

Start your day with a hearty Irish breakfast at one of Dublin's many pubs.  The traditional Irish breakfast sausage, bacon, blood pudding, fried eggs, and if you're feeling adventurous, a pint of Guinness.  Walk your meal off at Dublin's museums.  The National Gallery, Museum of...

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Dublin History - Dublin

Dublin History

The first mention of Dublin in history books date back to 140AD, when the Roman astronomer Ptolemy wrote about an ancient Irish settlement known as Eblana.  Modern Dublin dates back to the the mid-ninth century as a Viking settlement known as Dubh Linn (meaning 'black pool').  The Vikings...

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Dublin Residents - Dublin

Dublin Residents

The population of Dublin in 2006 was 505,739 and at the rate at which it is growing is expected to hit 2 million by the year 2021. In the 1990’s when employment levels stated to rise rapidly and people’s income levels and standard of living increased, a lot of foreigners, not only from other...

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Dublin Today - Dublin

Dublin Today

For the last few decades, the population of Dublin city-proper has hovered around 500,000.  Today an additional million people live in the metro area.  Recent years have seen unprecedented growth in Dublin and throughout Ireland, known as the 'Celtic Tiger'.  Between 1995 and 2008,...

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Fast Facts - Dublin

Fast Facts

    -Location: Dublin is the capital of Ireland, and is located around the midpoint of the Irish East coast. It is at the centre of the Dublin Region and at the mouth of River Liffey, which flows through the centre of Dublin. The city covers an area of about 115 square kilometers.
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Public holidays - Dublin

Public holidays

January 1: New Year’s Day
March 17: St. Patricks Day
Good Friday: Although not a public holiday, many businesses and shops are closed.
Easter Monday
May 1: May Day
First Monday in June: Bank holiday
First Monday in August: Bank holiday

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When to go - Dublin

When to go

Dublin has a cool and wet climate, with rainfall and temperatures moderated by the water.  Peak tourist months are July and August, when the weather is at its best.  May, June, and September are also relatively pleasant, and you can probably get better deals since there aren't as many...

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