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More than a quarter of the Republic of Ireland's population of almost four million lives within the Greater Dublin area. Intensely proud of their city, Dubliners seem to possess an innate sense of its heritage and powerful literary culture, and can at times exhibit a certain snobbishness towards those living in Ireland's rural backwaters (people often termed "culchies"). Locals are noted for their often caustic, but engaging, brand of humour, as shown in the numerous and sometimes bawdy nicknames given to many of the city's landmarks (the Millennium Spire, for instance, has all …
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The Westin Dublin

The 163-room, 5-star Westin Dublin occupies a city block opposite Trinity College, home to the Book of Kells. Grafton Street, College Green, and the Temple Bar district are all within walking distance of the hotel and ...

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Dublin Mountains (The)

Dubliners like to think they own the whole country and the mountains south of the city are no exception - although strictly called the Wicklow Mountains, the city has ...

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Patrick Guilbaud

Occupying the ground floor of the Merrion Hotel , Patrick Guilbaud's restaurant is one of the most exclusive dining rooms in Dublin. Located in what originally was ...