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GUIDEBOOK DUBLIN

1. ID card

3. Practical information

4. History

5. Where to eat, to sleep?

6. Transports

7. Places of interest

8. Good deals

9.Gallery

10.Namesof the journalists

Capital city of the Republic of IrelandLocation: eastern coast, in the province of LeinsterArea : 44 sq miles (=115km2)Population : 554 554 inhab for capital city (census 2016) ; 1 904 800 inhab for Greater Dublin.Inhabitants'name: the DublinersOfficial languages : English and Gaelic (=Irish)River: the LiffeyCurrency: The euroTown’s mayor : Paul McAuliffe (since 2010).Status : Capital of the Republic of Ireland.

Ireland is located in the north west of Europe,. It is separated from Great Britain to its east by the North Channel, the Irish Sea, and St George's Channel.The capital city of the Republic of Ireland is located in the middle of the east coast of Ireland at the mouth of the river Liffey.It is bordered by, a port, beaches and the Wicklow mountains in the south.Dublin is divided into a lot of areas associated to postcodes. The river Liffey divides Dublin into two parts: in the North there are odd numbers and in the South there are even numbers. This is the city center of Dublin. We can see the river Liffey, Trinity college, a famous university, Temple Bar, a touristic district well-known for its nightlife.There are also some cathedrales like : St Patrick’s Cathedral, Christ church Cathedral, some museums : the Irish museum of modern Art, the National museum of Ireland at Collins Barracks, and lots of parks and greens (= smaller parks).

Status: Capital city of the Republic of IrelandNickname: The Fair cityLocation: on the eastern coast of the island, in Leinster province, at the mouth of the river LiffeyArea: 44 sq miles (=115km2)Population: 554 500 inhab (census 2016) ; 1 904 800 hab for Greater DublinInhabitants'name: the DublinersOfficiallanguages: English and Gaelic (=Irish)Currency: The euroTown’smayor: Paul McAuliffe (since 2010)

Before leaving, check:Documents: For adults, valid identity card / passport. For minors, identity card / passport and an authorization form from the parents to leave the country.Please note that expired passports and identity cards are not accepted.Season: The best period is between June and September, the sunniest months, without excessive tourist presence.Direct flight time from Paris: 1h35.Time difference:- 1h.Currency:euroTelephone country code: +353Once in DublinDublin Tourist OfficeDublin Discover Ireland Centre:25, Suffolk St. Tel: 1-850-230-330.Monday to Saturday from 9am to 5:30 pm(6:30pm in July-August)Sunday from 10:30am to 3pm.EmergenciesPharmaciesHickey’s Pharmacy: 55, Lower O'Connell St. Tel: 01- 873-04-27. Daily until 10:00 pm AlsAnother pharmacy at the corner of Duke’s St and Grafton St. Tel. 01-679-04-67. Daily until 8:30pm.Urgent medical aid:Saint James Hospital - tel. 01-454-56-07Francophone physicians: Dr. Conor Maguire, Medical Officer of the French Embassy in Ireland, at the Glencairn Medical Centre in Sandyford: tel.: 01-295-87-50. Dr. Kevin John O'Flynn or Dr Margaret Grainger: tel.: 01-454-13-57 or 830-02-44 (evening and weekend).

WHEN?1919 / 1921WHY ?Britain ruled Ireland at the time however the Irish did not like this.People believed that Ireland should make their own lawsThe only way for to this to happen was to rebel against the British.WHO?TheIrish volunteerswere the main people involved in the rising. They were a group of men who were against the British. They wanted them out of IrelandTheIrish Citizen Armywere another group of seven men with the same beliefs: P. Pearse, T. Clarke, J.M. Plunkett, E. Ceannt, T. McDonagh, S. Mc Diarmaid and their leader was James Connolly. They joined together to form a secret rebellion against the British in Dublin.WHAT?On the morning of Easter Monday 1916, about 1,000 men from the Irish Volunteers and the Irish Citizen Army marched through Dublin and took control of some important buildings. They were armed with weapons, ready for battle against the British.Their headquarters were in the GPO, on Sackville Street, which is now known as O’Connell Street. Some of the leaders were stationed in other places around Dublin City, such as Stephen’s Green.Padraig Pearse then read the Proclamation on the steps of the GPO. This statement declared that Ireland was a Republic, which meant that it was no longer under British Rule. They removed the British flag and flew their own flag. This statement was signed by all seven leaders.The British were taken by surprise but by Tuesday morning they had begun to fight back. A battle broke out in Dublin. Over the next few days the fighting continued and there was severe damage done to the city and many people died.Most of the main buildings in Dublin had been burned down or destroyed in the battle and many innocent Dublin citizens were killed.A lot of the people were not happy with this rebellion as their city was been ruined.It finally ended after 6 days. The rebels decided to surrender as the city was in ruins.The British then ordered all of the seven leaders to be executed. They were killed in Kilmainham Jail in Dublin.CONSEQUENCES?While the Rising was a failure, it had a great influence on people and made Ireland’s independence easier a few years later in 1921/22.

WHERE TO EAT ?The Vintage Kitchen: Address: 7 Poolbeg St, DublinPhone: +353 1 679 8705Chapter One:Address: 18-19 Parnell Square N, Rotunda, DublinPhone: +353 1 873 2266Dax Restaurant:Address: Pembroke Street Upper, DublinPhone: +353 1 676 1494Liath:Address: 19A Main St, Blackrock, Co. DublinPhone: +353 1 212 3676Bleecker Street:Address: 68 Dorset Street Upper, Rotunda, DublinPhone: +353 1 804 4459IRISH SPECIALTIESIrish stewShepherd's piePorter cakeGuinness pieCornish pastriesOat porridgeSeafood chowderBeef in Irish sauceHot cross bunsPotato farls

In Dublin there are so many places of interest!«EPIC The Irish Emigration MuseumThis museum guides you through Irish history in general and especially through that of around 10 million Irish people who left the country to later settle across the globe. Explore the library, read letters of emigrants or take a closer look at the museum's collection.«TheGuinness Storehouse :There is a bar the top and you can see Dublin in 360°«Dublin CastleIt is a historic monument to visit in Dublin« Kilainham Prison It is an old prison where the rebels from the Easter Rising werejailed and then killed. It has become a museum.« The superb library of Trinity CollegeThe largest library in Ireland. It has an ancient collection, in particular of medieval manuscripts where all the old Irish literature was collected. The library is also the permanent home of the famous Book of Kells. The superb library of Trinity College is also a university. « St. Patrick's CathedralThe building is located at the source, where the patron saint baptized his followers. However, it was completely rebuilt, so nothing remains of the original building. The origins of the cathedral date back to the 5th century. The Normans replaced it with a stone construction in 1191 and the building we see today dates from the 13th century except for the west tower rebuilt by Archbishop Minot in 1370 following a fire, as well as the spire which dates from 1749. It is possible to visit it.« The Museum of Literature IrelandThe Museum of Literature Ireland is a new landmark cultural institution in the heart of the Irish capital. Located at St Stephen's Green in UCD’s Newman House, the building is home to a host of media exhibitions, artefacts, tours, workshops and a café with beautiful adjoining gardens.«National Museum Of Ireland - Natural HistoryThe National Museum of Ireland-Natural History, on Merrion Street in Dublin, has galleries of animals from Ireland and overseas, as well as geological exhibits from a total collection of about two million scientific specimens.«Science Gallery DublinScience Gallery is a venue where art and science meet to ignite creativity and discovery, it's where ideas provoke and opinions collide. It's one of the top free cultural attractions in Ireland.«Phoenix ParkPhoenix Park is a large Dublin park located 3km north-west of the city center.Twice the size of Central park, it is made up lakes, gardens, sports grounds and even a zoo.In general, the park is ideal for a picnic, doing a little sport, or simply strolling in aL nature rich in flora and fauna

TEMPLE BARHA' PENNY BRIDGESAMUEL BECKETT BRIDGETRINITY COLLEGETHE BOOK OF KELLSJAMES JOYCE Irish writer and poetMOLLY MALONE name of a popular Irish song also called "Cockles and mussels"OSCAR WILDE Irish writerTHE FAMINE MEMORIAL

Dublin ID card: Capucine / ElonaPractical information: Paul-Henri / ArthurWhere to eat? To sleep?: Romane / AlionaTransports: Esther / Aurore / DianeMaps Dublin: Nadine / Mathilde CActivities and visits: Agathe / Lucile / Matt-Andréi / DéboraGood deals: Lorenzo / AngelaHistory: Chloé / Mathilde / Jeanne

In Dublin there areso many places of interest!«TheGuinness Storehouse :There is a bar the top and you can see Dublin in 360°.«Dublin Castle :It is a historic monument to visit in Dublin.« Kilainham Prison :It is an old prison where the rebels from the Easter Rising were jailed and then killed. It has become a museum.« The superb library of Trinity CollegeThe largest library in Ireland. It has an ancient collection, in particular of medieval manuscripts where all the old Irish literature was collected. The library is also the permanent home of the famous Book of Kells. Trinity College is also a university. « St. Patrick's CathedralThe building is located at the source, where the patron saint baptized his followers.However, it was completely rebuilt, so nothing remains of the original buildings. The origins of the cathedral date back to the 5th century. The Normans replaced it with a stone construction in 1191 and the building we see today dates from the 13th century except for the west tower rebuilt by Archbishop Minot in 1370 following a fire, as well as the spire which dates from 1749.It is possible to visit it« Museum of Literature IrelandThe Museum of Literature Ireland is a new landmark cultural institution in the heart of the Irish capital. Located on St Stephen's Green in UCD’s Newman House, the building is home to a host of media exhibitions, artefacts, tours, workshops and a café with beautiful adjoining gardens.«National Museum Of Ireland - Natural HistoryThe National Museum of Ireland-Natural History, on Merrion Street in Dublin, has galleries of animals from Ireland and overseas, as well as geological exhibits from a total collection of about two million scientific specimens.«Science Gallery DublinScience Gallery is a venue where art and science meet to ignite creativity and discovery, it's where ideas provoke and opinions collide. It's one of the top free cultural attractions in Ireland.«Phoenix ParkThe Phoenix Park is a large park located 3km north-west of the city center.Twice the size of Central park, it is made up of lakes, gardens, sportsgrounds and even a zoo.The park is the ideal place for a picnic, to do a little sport, or simply stroll in a nature rich in flora and fauna