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Discover The Charm Of Ireland In Dublin, Ireland

We don't often think of Dublin as one of the capitals of Europe when we think about it. Although it is small in terms of area and population (about half-million people live in Dublin), its personality makes up for it in size.

Like any European city, Dublin is rich in history. People in Ireland seem to have a deep understanding of their past and how it relates to their current culture, which is something that is rare among Americans. You can also look for the day trips from Dublin online.

Ireland - United States Department of State

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Their history is much more than what happened under British rule. It was originally a Viking settlement. After the Norman Conquest in 1088, it became Ireland's main city. Between the mid-1600s and 1800, Dublin was at its peak. It briefly became the fifth-largest European city.

There are many ways to experience Irish culture in Dublin today.

1. Book of Kells. This cultural treasure is widely considered Ireland's most important national treasure. It was created around 800 by Celtic monks. It's an illustrated Latin Gospel book that contains the Gospels of the New Testament.

2. Kilmainham Gaol This former prison, now a museum plays an important role in the struggle for Irish independence.

You can easily navigate Dublin on foot or on a bus tour. Although it does rain a lot, Dublin is a great place to visit.