Dublin, Ireland

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    Dublin, St. Audeon's Churches

    by Joenes Updated Oct 6, 2005

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    Two churches next to eachother,one protestant and one catholic.Both very different in architecture.
    They are both sitting beside a piece of the old City Wall.

    Protestant St.Audeon's Church Catholic St.Audeon's Churche/City Wall
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    Dublin, The Brazen Head

    by Joenes Updated Oct 6, 2005

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    Known as the oldest pub in Dublin and for that reason alone you should stop here and enjoy a guiness...:-)

    The Brazen Head
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    Dublin, Dublinia

    by Joenes Updated Oct 6, 2005

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    Great exhibition here on the history of Dublin up to the 1540's including a large scaled model of Dublin around 1500.
    Worth the entrance fee!

    Dublinia
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    Dublin, Christ Church Cathedral

    by Joenes Updated Oct 6, 2005

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    This beautiful church has been built on a high spot in the oldest part of the city.
    Well worth to take a look around.

    Christ Church Cathedral Christ Church Cathedral and Dublinia
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    Dublin, City Hall

    by Joenes Updated Oct 6, 2005

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    Again impressive architecture.
    It was built in the late 1800's and has formerly been used as the Royal Exchange.

    City Hall
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    Inns of Court

    by WorldTravelMan Updated May 1, 2005

    As an attorney, I found it interesting to observe a part of the court proceedings at the central courthouse.

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    Dublin

    by kentishgirl Updated Oct 31, 2004

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    In Dublins Fair city....also be sure to visit the GPO, a prominent building on Dublins throughfare O Connell street, also visit the Book Of Kells in Trinity College.

    GPO - General Post Office in Dublin

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  • Dublin, the big city!

    by sabsi Updated Mar 23, 2003

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    My favourite city in Europe. There's loads to see, to do and to drink there!!! It might not be the most beautiful city but this place definitely has a soul!!!

    Hapenny Bridge
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