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Traditions of Dublin by Hamlyn
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Traditions of Dublin

by Hamlyn

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Lively pubs, spectacular Georgian architecture, joyful celebrations, and public art and parks: Dublin bursts forth with beauty, energy, and a culture justly-admired the world round. This combination of city history and photo-filled guide, with a handsome elastic page marker, is the next-best thing to being there--and the best book to prepare you for a visit. Walk down charming streets with perfectly preserved terrace houses, sprinkled with fabulous details like ornate door knockers. Step into galleries and into the awe-inspiring libraries of the renowned Trinity College. Find out where the natives go to drink and dine, and to hear music, see dance, watch a play, and take in some sports. And, because Ireland is the land of magic, you'll enjoy Dublin's special myths and legends, too.


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