Paying a visit to Dublin on its outlook


For several hot spots on highlight of Irish profound history mixed with the diversity of the most ancient cultures and century churches, so far with its availability in the best world education and top level beverages in Guinness & Whiskey, here are below providing with some of kaleidoscopes in the most recommended sightseeing to visit.


1—Trinity College Old Library and Book of Kells Exhibition is viewed as the Ireland’s oldest university, famous for its graduates Swift, with its library houses the volumes & the Book of Kells, as included the world-famous 9th century gospel manuscript.

The Saint Patrick’s Cathedral Dublin  has been acting at the core of Irish life and history for over 800 years and has been visited by the world’s most influential individuals such as Cromwell, William of Orange and King James I. Approximately 700 people are buried at Saint Patrick’s, including Jonathan Swift, author of Gulliver s Travels. Nearby is the famous Christ Church Cathedral which was founded in B.C. 1028.

Follow up the footsteps that bring you beneath the cathedral and explore the medieval crypt, which is the oldest structure still in use in Dublin today.

2—Dublinia,which is full of the exciting interactive attraction, reveals the legends of Viking and Medieval Dublin. Dublin’s City Hall, a spectacular example of Georgian architecture, includes an exciting exhibition tracing the history of Dublin City.

3—GPO, which acts as the Witness of History, is a new interactive exhibition in the iconic attraction and landmark in the downtown, it is considered as the hub of Ireland and the centre of events during the 1916 Faster Rebellion


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