Dublin, Ireland

Places to visit
Trinity College

Trinity is Ireland's oldest college.  Its charter was granted by Queen Elizabeth in 1592 as part of the effort to consolidate English control of Ireland.  Catholics were not allowed entry into college until 1793, and all such restrictions were banned by 1873.  The university started to grow in the eighteenth century as the political situation in Ireland stabilized.  Many of the campus' most spectacular buildings date from this period.  Today, Trinity is the most prestigious college in Ireland, and in the top tier of worldwide universities.

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Aqua Zone at the National Aquatic Centre
Christ Church Cathedral
Dublin Castle
Dublin Zoo
Glendalough
Grafton Street
Guinness Brewery and Storehouse
Hill of Tara
Hugh Lane Gallery
Imaginosity
Iveagh Gardens
James Joyce Cultural Center
Kilmainham Gaol
Malahide Castle
Marino Casino
National Gallery of Ireland
National Gallery of Ireland
Number 29 Georgian House Museum
Phoenix Park
Powerscourt Eastate
St. Michan's Church
St. Patrick's Cathedral
St. Stephen's Green
Temple Bar
The Custom House
The Ha'penny Bridge
The National Leprechaun Museum
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