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Inappropriate Acts Lead to New York to Dublin Portal’s Temporary Closure

New York to Dublin portal shuts down after inappropriate behavior, creators seek solutions to reopen the popular installation.

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What You Need to Know About the Old Library of Trinity College in Dublin

What You Need to Know About the Old Library of Trinity College in Dublin

The Old Library of Trinity College, a cornerstone of Dublin's history, offers a journey through Ireland's past. Its stunning architecture and rare collections, including the Book of Kells, are a must-see for visitors.

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These are the Best Irish Towns for Winter Activities and Festivities

These are the Best Irish Towns for Winter Activities and Festivities

Ireland's towns shine with winter activities, like vibrant festivals, snow sports, and cozy pubs. Visitors enjoy Galway's markets, Wicklow's slopes, Cork's history, Dublin's music, Donegal's walks, Limerick's ice skating, and Kilkenny's culinary treats.

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Dublin's New Museum Features Poverty In The Country

The Dublin Tenement Museum plans to showcase the depressing side of poverty particularly in the worst slums in the UK and will be open to the public in mid-2017.

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Travel Advice: Dublin’s New Year Festival Makes It An Ideal Place To Welcome 2017

Dublin's three-day New Year Festival offers a great event for people who are looking to welcome 2017 with a blast.

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Top Five Reasons Why You Should Be Traveling During The Winter Season

Most people would not want to travel during the cold days of the winter season. Many of us would prefer to stay at home and relax by the fire, away from the blistering cold. Here is a list of five reasons why you should go on a vacation during the holiday season.

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