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This pool was finally fully infilled during the early 18th century, as the city grew. Dublin was established as a Viking settlement in the 10th century and, despite a number of attacks by the native Irish, it remained largely under Viking control until the Norman invasion of Ireland was launched from Wales in Arguably, he was the primitive undebated full king of Ireland and also the only Gaelic one.
This continued down to when the barony of Dublin City was separated from the barony of Dublin. Since , both baronies have been redesignated as the City of Dublin.
Dublin Castle , which became the centre of Norman power in Ireland, was founded in as a major defensive work on the orders of King John of England.
Dublin prospered as a trade centre, despite an attempt by King Robert I of Scotland to capture the city in In , the Black Death , a lethal plague which had ravaged Europe, took hold in Dublin and killed thousands over the following decade.
Dublin was incorporated into the English Crown as the Pale , which was a narrow strip of English settlement along the eastern seaboard.
The Tudor conquest of Ireland in the 16th century spelt a new era for Dublin, with the city enjoying a renewed prominence as the centre of administrative rule in Ireland.
However, the city prospered again soon after as a result of the wool and linen trade with England , reaching a population of over 50, in As the city continued to prosper during the 18th century, Georgian Dublin became, for a short period, the second largest city of the British Empire and the fifth largest city in Europe, with the population exceeding , Dublin grew even more dramatically during the 18th century, with the construction of many new districts and buildings, such as Merrion Square , Parliament House and the Royal Exchange.
In , the Guinness brewery was founded; and would eventually grow to become the largest brewery in the world and the largest employer in Dublin.
Dublin suffered a period of political and economic decline during the 19th century following the Acts of Union , under which the seat of government was transferred to the Westminster Parliament in London.
The city played no major role in the Industrial Revolution , but remained the centre of administration and a transport hub for most of the island.
Ireland had no significant sources of coal, the fuel of the time, and Dublin was not a centre of ship manufacturing, the other main driver of industrial development in Britain and Ireland.
The Easter Rising of , the Irish War of Independence , and the subsequent Irish Civil War resulted in a significant amount of physical destruction in central Dublin.
Since the beginning of Norman rule in the 12th century, the city has functioned as the capital in varying geopolitical entities: Following the partition of Ireland in , it became the capital of the Irish Free State — and now is the capital of Ireland.
One of the memorials to commemorate that time is the Garden of Remembrance. Dublin was also a victim of the Northern Irish Troubles , although during this 30 year conflict, violence mainly occurred within Northern Ireland.
A Loyalist paramilitary group, the Ulster Volunteer Force , bombed the city during this time - notably in an atrocity known as the Dublin and Monaghan bombings in which 34 people died, mainly in central Dublin.
Since , the landscape of Dublin has changed. Following an economic decline during the Great Recession, Dublin has rebounded and as of [update] has close to full employment,  but a significant problem with housing supply in both city and surrounds.
From , the boundaries of the city were comprehended by the baronies of Dublin City and the Barony of Dublin. In , the boundaries were extended by the Local Government Dublin Act.
Dublin City Council is a unicameral assembly of 63  members elected every five years from Local Election Areas. The party or coalition of parties with the majority of seats assigns committee members, introduces policies, and proposes the Lord Mayor.
The Council passes an annual budget for spending on areas such as housing, traffic management, refuse, drainage, and planning.
The Dublin City Manager is responsible for implementing City Council decisions but also has considerable executive power.
As the capital city, Dublin is the seat of the national parliament of Ireland, the Oireachtas. It has been the home of the Irish parliament since the creation of the Irish Free State in It consists of a main building completed with two wings completed The Irish Free State government took over the two wings of the building to serve as a temporary home for some ministries, while the central building became the College of Technology until It is bordered by a low mountain range the Dublin Mountains and Wicklow Mountains to the south and surrounded by flat farmland to the north and west.
The River Liffey divides the city in two, between the Northside and the Southside. The Liffey bends at Leixlip from a northeasterly route to a predominantly eastward direction, and this point also marks the transition to urban development from more agricultural land usage.
A number of lesser rivers and streams also flow to the sea. A north-south division once, to some extent, traditionally existed, with the River Liffey as the divider.
In some tourism and real-estate marketing contexts, inner Dublin is sometimes divided into a number of "quarters" or districts.
Similar to much of the rest of northwestern Europe, Dublin experiences a maritime climate Cfb with cool summers, mild winters, and a lack of temperature extremes.
The average maximum January temperature is 8. Rainfall is evenly distributed throughout the year. The main precipitation in winter is rain; however snow showers do occur between November and March.
Hail is more common than snow. The city experiences long summer days and short winter days. Strong Atlantic winds are most common in autumn.
These winds can affect Dublin, but due to its easterly location, it is least affected compared to other parts of the country.
However, in winter, easterly winds render the city colder and more prone to snow showers. In the 20th century, smog and air-pollution were an issue in the city, precipitating a ban on bituminous fuels across Dublin.
Since the ban, non-trauma death rates, respiratory death rates and cardiovascular death rates have declined - by an estimated deaths annually.
Dublin has many landmarks and monuments dating back hundreds of years. Sited to the south-east of Norman Dublin, the castle formed one corner of the outer perimeter of the city, using the River Poddle as a natural means of defence.
The spire was designed by Ian Ritchie Architects ,  who sought an "Elegant and dynamic simplicity bridging art and technology". The base of the monument is lit and the top is illuminated to provide a beacon in the night sky across the city.
Other sights include the Anna Livia monument. The Poolbeg Towers are also landmark features of Dublin, and visible from various spots around the city.
There are many green-spaces around the city, and Dublin City Council manages over 1, hectares 3, acres of parks.
Music concerts are also sometimes held in the park. The park, the second largest municipal park in Dublin, is part of a former 2-square-kilometre 0.
In , Dublin was listed as the fourth richest city in the world by purchasing power and 10th richest by personal income.
Economic improvements in the s attracted a number of global pharmaceutical, information and communications technology companies to the city and Greater Dublin Area.
This presence of these companies has driven economic expansion in the city and led to Dublin sometimes being referred to as the "Tech Capital of Europe".
More than operations are approved to trade under the IFSC programme. Dublin has been positioned as one of the main cities vying to host Financial Services companies hoping to retain access to the Eurozone after Brexit.
The Celtic Tiger also led to a temporary boom in construction, with large redevelopment projects in the Dublin Docklands and Spencer Dock. In the second quarter of , Dublin touched its lowest unemployment rate in a decade, when it fell down to 5.
The road network in Ireland is primarily focused on Dublin. The M50 motorway , a semi- ring road which runs around the south, west and north of the city, connects important national primary routes to the rest of the country.
In , the West-Link toll bridge was replaced by the eFlow barrier-free tolling system, with a three-tiered charge system based on electronic tags and car pre-registration.
The first phase of a proposed eastern bypass for the city is the Dublin Port Tunnel , which officially opened in to mainly cater for heavy vehicles.
The city is also surrounded by an inner and outer orbital route. The TomTom Traffic Index ranked Dublin the 15th most congested city in the world and the 7th most congested in Europe.
Dublin is served by a network of nearly bus routes which cover the city and suburbs. The majority of these are controlled by Dublin Bus , but a number of smaller companies also operate.
Fares are generally calculated on a stage system based on distance travelled. There are several different levels of fares, which apply on most services.
The Census showed that 5. Dublinbikes is a self-service bicycle rental scheme which has been in operation in Dublin since Sponsored by JCDecaux and Just Eat , the scheme consists of hundreds of unisex bicycles stationed at 44 terminals throughout the city centre.
Users must make a subscription for either an annual Long Term Hire Card or purchase a three-day ticket. Heuston and Connolly stations are the two main railway stations in Dublin.
Dublin once had an extensive system of trams but this was largely phased out by A new light rail system, often described as a tram system, the Luas , was launched in , and is run by Transdev Ireland under contract from Transport Infrastructure Ireland , carrying over 34 million passengers annually.
Together these lines comprise a total 67 stations and The airport offers a short and medium haul network, domestic services to regional airports in Ireland, and long-haul services to the United States , Canada , the Middle East and Hong Kong.
Dublin Airport is the 11th busiest in the European Union,  and by far the busiest airport on the island of Ireland.
In , Dublin Airport was the 18th busiest airport in Europe, serving over 21 million passengers. From to , Dublin Airport saw an increase of nearly 9.
Dublin is also served by Weston Airport and other small facilities, by a range of helicopter operators, and the military and some State services use Casement Aerodrome nearby.
Dublin is one of the primary centres of education in Ireland, and is home to three universities, Dublin Institute of Technology and a number of other higher education institutions.
There are 20 third-level institutes in the city and in surrounding towns and suburbs. Dublin was the European Capital of Science in The University of Dublin is the oldest university in Ireland, dating from the 16th century, and is located in the city centre.
It was closed to Roman Catholics until Catholic Emancipation , and the Catholic hierarchy then banned Roman Catholics from attending until It is situated in the city centre, on College Green, and has 15, students.
Founded in , it is now the largest university in Ireland. DIT specialises in engineering, architecture, sciences, health, journalism, digital media, hospitality and business but also offers art, design, music and humanities programmes.
It has commenced consolidation to a new campus in Grangegorman. The western suburb of Blanchardstown offers a wide range of courses at the Institute of Technology, Blanchardstown.
Together, the four areas form the traditional County Dublin. This area is sometimes known as the Dublin Region. The population of the administrative area controlled by the City Council was , in the census,  while the population of the urban area was 1,, After World War Two, Italians were by far the largest immigrant group in both Dublin and Ireland and became synonymous with the catering and restaurant landscape.
Dublin is home to a greater proportion of newer arrivals than any other part of the country. The capital attracts the largest proportion of non-Catholic migrants from other countries.
Increased secularisation in Ireland has prompted a drop in regular Catholic church attendance in Dublin from over 90 percent in the mids down to 14 percent according to a survey.
According to the census, the population of Dublin was It is also the location of key and notable works of James Joyce , including Ulysses , which is set in Dublin and includes much topical detail.
Dubliners is a collection of short stories by Joyce about incidents and typical characters of the city during the early 20th century.
Other renowned writers include J. The Gaiety specialises in musical and operatic productions, and also opens its doors after the evening theatre production to host a variety of live music, dancing, and films.
The Abbey was founded in by a group that included Yeats with the aim of promoting indigenous literary talent. The Chester Beatty Library houses a collection of manuscripts, miniature paintings, prints, drawings, rare books and decorative arts assembled by American mining millionaire and honorary Irish citizen Sir Alfred Chester Beatty — Three branches of the National Museum of Ireland are located in Dublin: Dublinia is a living history attraction showcasing the Viking and Medieval history of the city.
Dublin was shortlisted to be World Design Capital The best known area for nightlife is Temple Bar , south of the River Liffey.
The area has become popular among tourists, including stag and hen parties from Britain. However, it has been criticised as overpriced, false and dirty by Lonely Planet.
The two best known cinemas in the city centre are the Savoy Cinema and the Cineworld Cinema, both north of the Liffey. Large modern multiscreen cinemas are located across suburban Dublin.
The 3Arena venue in the Dublin Docklands has played host to many world-renowned performers. Dublin city centre is a popular shopping destination for both locals and tourists.
The city has numerous shopping districts, particularly around Grafton Street and Henry Street. The city centre is also the location of large department stores, including Arnotts , Brown Thomas and prior to its closure Clerys.
The city retains a thriving market culture, despite new shopping developments and the loss of some traditional market sites.
Dublin is the centre of both media and communications in Ireland, with many newspapers, radio stations, television stations and telephone companies based there.
The headquarters of An Post and telecommunications companies such as Eir , as well as mobile operators Meteor , Vodafone and 3 are all located there.
Dublin is also the headquarters of national newspapers such as The Irish Times and Irish Independent , as well as local newspapers such as The Evening Herald.
Commercial radio stations based in the city include 4fm There are also numerous community and special interest stations, including Dublin City FM Croke Park is the largest sport stadium in Ireland.
The headquarters of the Gaelic Athletic Association , it has a capacity of 82, Muhammad Ali fought there in and it played host to the opening and closing ceremonies of the Special Olympics.
It also has conference and banqueting facilities. There is a GAA Museum there and tours of the stadium are offered, including a rooftop walk of the stadium.
During the redevelopment of Lansdowne Road , Croke Park played host to the Irish Rugby Union Team and Republic of Ireland national football team as well as hosting the Heineken Cup rugby —09 semi-final between Munster and Leinster which set a world record attendance for a club rugby match.
Stadium Lansdowne Road was laid out in This was the venue for home games of both the Irish Rugby Union Team and the Republic of Ireland national football team.
County Dublin is home for 13 of the senior rugby union clubs in Ireland including 5 of the 10 sides in the top division 1A.
C play at Dalymount Park , the oldest football stadium in the country, and home ground for the Ireland football team from to The Dublin Marathon has been run since at the end of October, having been staged on the final Monday in October from to , before moving to the final Sunday in and It is said to be the largest all female event of its kind in the world.
The Dublin area hosts greyhound racing at Shelbourne Park and horse racing at Leopardstown. The National Basketball Arena is located in Tallaght, is the home of the Irish basketball team , the venue for the basketball league finals, and has also hosted boxing and wrestling events.
There are also Gaelic Handball , hockey and athletics stadia, most notably Morton Stadium in Santry , which held the athletics events of the Special Olympics.
Historically, Irish coffee house were associated with those working in media. A number of Irish language agencies are also located in the capital.
Conradh na Gaeilge offers language classes, has a book shop and is a meeting place for different groups. Dublin is twinned with four places: The city also has "co-operation agreements" with a number of other cities,  and has previously proposed agreements with Rio de Janeiro and the Mexican city of Guadalajara.