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[title size=”2″]Visiting Landmarks in Dublin[/title]

With a history that dates back over 1,000 years, Dublin has more than its fair share of landmarks. In fact, they are so numerous,

With a history that started more than 1,000 years ago with a Viking settlement along the banks of the River Liffey, Dublin has evolved from humble beginnings to today being a historic city with a huge number of historic landmarks to be enjoyed. In architecture, there are the beautiful and grand Georgian buildings that dominate the city centre architecture while huge Cathedrals celebrate religious life within the city while a number of extremely beautiful city squares such as St Stephens Green and Merrion Square are well worth a visit.

Further information on the landmark attractions listed above are:

Casino in Marino
This building is one of the finest examples of neo-classical architecture in Europe. Dating from the 18th Century, the Casino in Marino is a ‘small house’ with 16 rooms spread over 3 levels. However, not everything is as it seems, with a number of visual illusions making the house appear much smaller than it actually is. For more information about Casino in Marino, click here.

St Patrick’s Cathedral 
Built between 1220 and 1260, St Patrick’s Cathedral is one of the only buildings remaining in Dublin that dates from the medieval period. Tours of the Cathedral educate visitors about the fascinating history of the building, one of the most popular tourist attractions in Dublin. For more information about St Patrick’s Cathedral click here.