Historic sites

It is hardly surprising that Dublin, Ireland's most important city, is crammed full of spectacular landmarks and monuments. Ireland has become increasingly famous in recent years as a vacation destination. Dublin is the best known city and the place where most of the tourists make their way for a trip.
The City of Dublin can trace its origins back over 1,000 years. From a small Viking settlement Dublin has evolved into one of the most vibrant capitals in the world.
A city rich in cultural heritage, by walking the streets of Dublin you will see the many reminders from our past, from the beautifully illuminated Book of Kells dating from 800 AD, to our splendid Georgian architecture, magnificent medieval castles and fine cathedrals. Dublin's glorious past is very much alive and interactive. For those interested in History, Architecture or Art or for those who would just like to experience a slice of history, Dublin is Truly the place to be!
Famous throughout the world, many of these date back hundreds of years and are in remarkable condition. Here are some of the top landmarks to visit.
Below you will find an enumeration of almost all historical sites in and around Dublin. From castles & churches to cemeteries and other cultural heritage sites.


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