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Dublin is famous for its rich culture, the capital city of Ireland stands as a testament of civilization. Covering an area of 44.5 square miles and hosting about 1,11,0627 people it is the biggest and the most populous city in Ireland. It also boasts of the youngest average population in the whole of Europe as 50% of the population is below 25 years old. Established as a Viking settlement during the 10th century, the city of Dublin witnessed almost 700 years of Norman occupation followed by English rule before the establishment of the Republic of Ireland in the 1920s. The ancient and rich cultural prowess is vividly evident in almost every nook and corner of the city and makes it one of the most sought after tourist’s spots, not only in the United Kingdom but also within Europe. The city has a whopping 666 pubs with the oldest one being over 800 years old. Dublin has a lot to offer to tourists and the top of list consists of attractions like the Guiness Storehouse, The Dublin Zoo, The National Aquatic center, the Book of Kells, The St. Patrick’s Museum and the Irish Museum of Modern Art.