The climate of Dublin is like it has not very strong winters and relatively cool summers. The temperature levels both in summers and winters do not reach the extreme sides. This happens mostly because of the rainfall Dublin receives often. Dublin receives almost 730mm on average of rainfall every year.
The city of Dublin is rich in the field of arts, museums, theatres and also has a great reputation in the field of literature. As there are a number of theatres inside the city which have already produced some great talents. The hobby of art is found in almost every child inside Ireland and Dublin is considered as the platform for most of the Irish Art. As while walking in streets one can see the walls painted and crafted in all of Dublin which makes the city even more beautiful. The biggest museum in Ireland is the “National Museum of Ireland” and the museum has three of its branches opened in Dublin.
Dublin was named as “the friendliest city of Europe” because of the nature of Irish people living in Dublin. The city has a very glowing, attractive and vibrant night life as the youngsters of Dublin really love to enjoy in night mostly in pubs and bars. Dublin is also famous for some of the high quality pubs all around Dublin.
The city of Dublin is basically divided into two parts and the city is divided by a river named as “River Liffey”. Commonly the south side of the city is regarded as home to upper and middle class while the north side is home to lower class or working class people.
Dublin is considered as Europe’s and Ireland’s fastest growing city economically. According to statistics Dublin is considered as one of the world’s twenty fifth most expensive city. In the field of sports Dublin is considered as the city having some of the finest rugby academies. Also Dublin has the honor of being named as European Capital of Sport 2010. Dublin also has the 4th largest stadium of Europe named as “Croke Park” which is tradionally and commonly renowned for hosting Gaelic Football. The city of Dublin is very famous for football and rugby academies because of the fact that these rugby academies have produced some of the great talents which are now a part of the Ireland National Rugby Team.
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