Travel report Dublin
Our city tip of Dublin is well-known for its distinctive Gregorian architecture, Places of interest built in this style form an important element of the Irish cultural heritage and attract floods of tourists every year. Among the sights not to be missed are the City Hall, Christ Church Cathedral and the statue of Molly Malone, the emblem of the city. Travel reports are unanimous in recommending visitors to sample an evening in one of the many original pubs. In the Temple Bar district, which, according to the travel reports, is renowned for its nightlife, one can listen to the typically melancholic folk music after a long day of doing the sights, and immerse oneself in the Irish way of life with a glass of Guinness.
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