In the small capital city of Dublin, Ireland it’s easy to find a world-famous Guinness beer among the city’s 1,000 pubs. Dublin has been making headlines since the 9th century, and while traces of its Viking past have been largely washed away, the city is a living history museum with medieval castles and cathedrals on display alongside the architectural splendors of its 18th-century heyday. The city’s residents are a notoriously hospitable and charismatic group that will keep you enthralled and your cup full or your choice of ale.

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Dublin, Ireland

Boland Mills

This formidable factory building played a pivotal role in the Easter Rising of 1916.

Dublin, Texas, United States

Dublin Bottling Works

Established in 1891, this bottling factory in Texas was the first facility to produce Dr. Pepper.

Dublin, Ireland

The Gaiety Theatre

As Ireland's longest-established public theater, The Gaiety Theatre in Dublin remains a place to experience Irish culture and lighthearted comedies.

Dublin, Ireland

Iarnrod Eireann

Consisting of 547 train carriages, this railway serves 48 million people each year.

Dublin, Ireland

The Hugh Lane

The gallery’s interior once held the first public collection of impressionist paintings in the UK while its entrance tells the story of Georgian architecture.

Dublin, Ireland

National Library of Ireland

This Irish reference library has always faced problems with a lack of storage, forcing expansions and renovations for almost a century.

Dublin, Ireland

Dublin City Gallery

Behind the blue doors of a grand 18th century mansion visitors will find an Irish art museum with a renowned collection of French paintings.

Dublin, Ireland

Baily Lighthouse

This Irish lighthouse was the last of its kind - a manually operated light was in place until 1996, and the final light keeper left the post soon after.

Dublin, Ireland

7 Thomas Court

Houses originally built to house Guinness (beer) workers in the late 19th century in a former industrial area of Dublin, Ireland.

Dublin, Ireland

Dublin Area Rapid Transit

With the exception of Christmas Day and St. Stephen's Day, the Dublin Area Rapid Transit - known as DART - service runs all year long.

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