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The history, the food, the architecture, the stories, and of course the pubs, Dublin is always among the list of favourite cities of people who've ever been there. Being the capital, Dublin is a major global city. It caters to the requirements of all sorts of tourists and travellers, from pubs to castles, and churches to parks, there is something for everyone here.
Dublin is located on Ireland's east coast, at the mouth of river Laffey. It is one of Ireland's oldest cities, the region having been inhabited from prehistoric times. It's architecture is incredibly rich, just like it's history. In modern times, it is the centre of all the commercial activities of Ireland, and also the largest city geographically. Even globally, it is one of the most prosperous cities in the world. Dublin is also the centre of Ireland's tourist attractions. There are plenty of old monuments, none more famous than the Dublin Castle, built in 1204, and new ones such as the Dublin Spire built in 2003. The number of parks laid out throughout the city are countless, such as the Phoenix Park, St. Stephen's Park, and St. Annes Park. The National Museum of Ireland is also found here, and Dublin is also home to many events and festivities throughout the year. And then of course, a visit to Ireland is incomplete without indulging, or even drowning, yourself in the local Irish beer.
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