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27 Things Nobody Tells You About In Dublin

Walk up Killiney Hill-The views of the south bay are unrivalled, and it’s the perfect spot for quiet reflection. | 27 Things You Must Do In Dublin Before You Die

Maud Gonne MacBride (1866 – 27 April 1953) English-born Irish revolutionary, feminist and actress


The TIME Vault: 1955

Carl Mydans - Horace the Housebroken Hare 1956 pulling tenaciously on carrot mr webb is holding tightly in his teeth, horace tugs until he jerks tidbit free. Judging by the mood of Mydans’ photographs, Horace and his people — the Webbs of Dublin, Ireland — appear to have come to an amicable agreement about how to get along under the same roof. In fact, it’s evident that the hare holds sway in the household, and the humans are there, for the most part, simply to do Horace’s bidding.

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27 Photos that will make you want to Discover Ireland Right Now

27 Photos that will make you want to Discover Ireland Right Now| The Planet D: Adventure Travel Blog


Church unnerved by Ireland's huge 'Yes' to gay marriage

Supporters outside Dublin Castle cheer the result of the same-sex marriage referendum on May 23, 2015

The Cup. A story about triumph over adversity. At the heart of this true story is Damien Oliver, a young jockey who loses his only brother in a tragic racing accident, hauntingly reflecting of the way their father died 27 years earlier. After suffering through a series of discouraging defeats, Damien teams with Irish trainer Dermot Weld and the horse Media Puzzle, and triumphs at the 2002 Melbourne Cup in one of the most thrilling finales in sporting history.

The Dublin study is not the first to suggest that air pollution in cities may pose a health risk to cyclists back in 2011 we reported on a s...

Take a night stroll across Dublin’s Liffey Bridge aka the Ha’penny Bridge. More than 27,000 people walk cross over the bridge each day. The pedestrian bridge was built over the River Liffey in 1816. Aside for Dublin and its tourist attractions, we recommend you visit Cork and Belfast, two of Ireland’s biggest cities.