Dublin - Dublin, Ireland

Venue Address: Dublin, Ireland
Dublin - Dublin, Ireland

Dublin - Wikipedia

Contemporary and late modern [edit]. Limitations of cities[edit]. Cultural divide[edit]. Places of interest[edit]. Ferry and rail [edit]. Dublin Airport [edit]. Other air transport[edit]. Entertainment[edit]. Association football[edit]. Irish language[edit]. International relations[edit]. [edit].

Dublin (/blIn/, Irish: Baile Atha Cliath [12] pronounced [[email protected]:[email protected]'[email protected]]] or [.bjlja]: '[email protected]]), is the capital and biggest city in Ireland. It is located on the east coast at the mouth the River Liffey. It is part of the provinces of Leinster, Eastern and Midland Region. It is bordered to the south by the Dublin Mountains, which are part of the Wicklow Mountains range. It had a population of 1,173,179 in the urban area at the 2016 census [8], while the total population of traditional County Dublin was 1,347.359. [15] The Greater Dublin Area population was 1,904,806. [16]

It is still unclear where exactly Dublin came from. There was a settlement that was established by the Gaels in the 7th century CE [17] and another settlement, the Vikings, shortly after. The small Kingdom of Dublin grew and became Ireland's main settlement following the 12th century AngloNorman invasion. [17] Dublin grew rapidly in the 17th century, and it was briefly the second-largest city in the British Empire following the Acts of Union of 1800. Dublin, which was established as the capital of the Irish Free State in 1922 after independence, was later renamed Ireland.