Dublin is one of a few cities in Europe that has not lost sight of the human interaction element. In fact, to the Dublin citizens, it is still the way of life that can neither be substituted with historic buildings nor preserved just for small villages. Founded in 841 by the Vikings, Dublin is a city with an interesting historical past that’s tightly attached to all the city’s monuments and churches. A visit to St. Patrick’s Cathedral or Christchurch Cathedral will take you back to Medieval times while a walk around Merrion square will remind you of the glorious days of Dublin when it was ranked as the second city of the British Empire after London. Today, Dublin is the Cosmopolitan capital of the Irish Republic with 1 million inhabitants. Despite the many changes the city has encountered in the last decade, it still remains as a desirable place for any who wishes to visit. more at www.avtravel.org and www.avtravel.com
Photos: 1. Bencorr from across Lough Inagh, part of the Twelve Bens, County Galway, 2006, Joebater 2. The Dublin Castle, 2005, FoekeNoppert3. Trinity College, Dublin, 2008, Pilise Gábo 4. The Samuel Beckett Bridge,2010,The Cliffs of Moher as seen looking south from the beach just north of the main tourist lookout where O'Brien's Tower is located. 2012,. Bjorn Christian Torrissen
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