City and population
Dublin is the capital and port of the Republic of Ireland and is at the east coast and because of the delta of the river Liffey into the Irish sea. The Liffey divides Dublin into the poorer northern part and the rather wealthy south. The environment of Dublin is one of the most varied landscapes in Ireland. , coins/shapes the Irish east coast saves far beaches, dunes and Fischer ports around Dublin. In the city boundaries officially 500,000 inhabitants live. In the region live Dublin, which covers also the suburbs and Satelittenstaedte, approx.. 1.1 million humans. That is for instance a third of the population of the country. In Dublin proportionally more young humans than in live every other European metropolis. That makes the city alive and provides for a night life, how one can otherwise hardly find it. At night the city is nearly as filled as during the day. The inhabitants of Dublin are very friendly, open and humorous. Science and culture Beside the universities also some other scientific and cultural furniture are in Dublin. Beside the wealthy quarter Temple bar with the many night clubs, gives it now also in the city center new bars, night club and restaurant. All the same whether parks and green belts, theatre and music, museums and exhibitions, churches or architecture for everyone give it to something to see. Despite the rising number of visitors the country and its capital are not a destination for the mass tourism. Weather The weather in Dublin is unforeseeable. Usually it is rainy and cloudy. It rains very much and frequently. Sometimes in the summer it can come to unexpected heat waves, that is however rather rare. The temperature on the average amounts to in the warmest month approx. 15°C. Language Dublin is, like completely Ireland in two languages, i.e. English and Irish. Everyone speaks English. The inhabitants Irish speak only rarely, although Irish is a compulsory subject at schools. Penny Bridge helped Those helped penny Bridge Ha'penny Bridge is called. It is a footbridge and 1816 was built. It runs over the river Liffey and connects the quarter Temple bar with the Liffeystreet. Those helped penny Bridge is one of the most important objects of interest in Dublin. Temple bar The quarters Temple bar Liffey in the center of Dublin runs on the south bank of the river. Many boroughs did not maintain their medieval road courses, Temple bar however already. Temple bar is particularly for tourists tightening. That quarter is one of the most important culture quarters and admits for its night life. Phoenix park The Phoenix park is the largest park of Dublin. It is as largely as a quarter and on is for example the zoo of Dublin, garden plants, greenhouses and the president domicile. One says that allegedly deer on the area of the Phoenix park live.