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ABOUT Dublin

Dublin lies on the eastern shore of Ireland. It is the largest and capital city of Ireland. The town has a populace of 1,173,179. As of 2016, the population of Greater Dublin was 1,904,806. By following the Norman Invasion, the Kingdom of Dublin become the principal city of Ireland. The city grew rapidly during the 17th century.

Before the Acts of Union, it was the second largest city in the British Empire. Dublin turns out to be the capital of Ireland by following the division of Ireland. Globalisation and World Cities Research Network reported Dublin as a global city. The city got the rank of “Alpha”. This places the city in top thirty cities across the world. This city is the significant and modern centre for arts, education, economy, administration and industry.

Climate

Dublin has an oceanic climate like that of northwestern Europe. It has awesome weather with cool summers and mild winters. The city doesn’t have temperature extremes as compared to other cities. The maximum temperature in January is approx. 8.8 °C and the maximum temperature in the month of July is approx. 20.2 °C.

The months with higher temperatures are May and June. October is considered as the wettest month with 76mm of rain. The amount of rainfall is even throughout the year in Dublin. It is the driest place in the Ireland as it is located in sheltered of the east coast. Half of the rain from the west coast reaches there making it the dry place to live in.

Places of Interest

Landmarks

The ancient monuments and landmarks were constructed in the city dates back hundreds of years. Dublin Castle is one of the oldest monument in the city. In 1204, the city was first established as the major defensive work. It was founded on the order of King John which was further named as Norman invasion of Ireland.

The spire of Dublin is one of the newest monuments in the city which is known as “Monument of Light”.  This replaces Nelson’s Pillar and is aimed to take Dublin’s place in the 21st century. Ian Ritchie Architects designed the architecture of spire. The testimonial has a base of lit, and the top is illuminated for providing a guiding light in the night. Other landmarks include Christ Church Cathedral, Molly Malone statue, The Custom House, Poolbeg Towers and much more.

Parks

Dublin is a green city. It has many green parks around it. It manages approximately 1,500 hectares of parks. Some of the public parks are Herbert Park, Phoenix Park and St Stephen’s Green. The Phoenix Park is approximately 3 km away from the west of the city centre. Because of its huge dimensions, it is one of the largest walled parks in the Europe. St Stephen’s Green Park is near the famous shopping street Known as Grafton Street.

Economy

The city is the economic centre of the Ireland as it is the economic development throughout the period of Celtic Tiger. Also, it is listed on number 10th as richest by personal income. Some of them are textile manufacturing, brewing, and food processing and distilling.

With the improvement in the economy, pharmaceutical, information and communication technology businesses come to the city from all around the world. With the establishment of International Financial Services Centre in the city, the financial services play a crucial part in the city. Dublin is the host of half of top 50 banks and top 20 insurance companies in the world.

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