Dublin (/ˈdʌblᵻn/, Irish:Baile Átha Cliath[blʲaːˈklʲiəh]) is the capital and largest city of Ireland. Dublin is in the province of Leinster on Ireland's east coast, at the mouth of the River Liffey. The city has an urban area population of 1,273,069. The population of the Greater Dublin Area, as of 2011, was 1,801,040 persons.
NorwegianVikings invaded the territory around Dublin in the 9th century, establishing the NorseKingdom of Dublin, the earliest and longest-lasting Norse kingdom in the British Isles, excepting the Kingdom of Mann and the Isles. This corresponded to most of present-day County Dublin. The Norse referred to the kingdom as Dyflin, which is derived fromIrish Dubh Linn, meaning "black pool". The first reference to the Vikings comes from the Annals of Ulster and the first entry for 841 AD reads: "Pagans still on Lough Neagh". It is from this date onward that historians get references to ship fortresses or longphorts being established in Ireland. It may be safe to assume that the Vikings first over-wintered in 840–841 AD. The actual location of the longphort of Dublin is still a hotly debated issue. Norse rulers of Dublin were often co-kings, and occasionally also Kings of Jórvík in what is now Yorkshire.
Over time, the rulers of Dublin became increasingly Gaelicized. They began to exhibit a great deal of Gaelic and Norse cultural syncretism, and are often referred to as Norse-Gaels.
The city of Dublin was accounted a county of itself, although it remained connected with County Dublin for certain purposes. A Topographical Directory of Ireland, published in 1837, describes the Parliamentary history of the city.
The city returns two members to the Imperial parliament; the right of election, formerly vested in the corporation, freemen, and 40s. freeholders, has been extended to the £10 householders, and £20 and £10 leaseholders for the respective terms of 14 and 20 years, by the act of the 2nd of William IV., cap. 88. The number of voters registered at the first general election under that act was 7041, of which number, 5126 voted. The limits of the city, for electoral purposes, include an area of 3538 statute acres, the boundaries of which are minutely detailed in the Appendix; the number of freemen is about 3500, of whom 2500 are resident and 1000 non-resident, and the number of £10 houses is 16,000: the sheriffs are the returning officers.
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Takara, Abbey Street, Dublin 1. Gyozo from the tapas menu, tuna sashimi, beef teppanyaki and vegan ramen ... 37 Abbey Street Upper, North City, Dublin 1, D01 P585 ... Poke bowls are also available and there is plenty of choice with the ramen – pork, beef, chicken, fish, seafood and vegan ... The vegan ramen is a very generous portion.
They are the introduction of non-stop flights from Tel Aviv to Dublin and the recent opening of Ireland’s first kosher restaurant in 50 years. In March, El Al began flying three flights a week direct from Ben-Gurion to Dublin Airport... A couple of weeks later, the first kosher restaurant in more than half a century opened in Dublin.
You’ll probably know Dublin for its nightlife — and a pint of the black stuff in main drag Temple Bar is hard to resist — but there’s more to the Irish capital than dancing to live music and ordering another ill-advised Jameson and Coke in a centuries-old pub at 2am ... This is Dublin’s go-to address for full-flavour vegan and vegetarian dishes.
Really good choice of dishes includes speality pho and a substantial range of vegetarian and vegan dishes. Beef Pho from Pho Kim in Dublin 1 Corinna Hardgrave ... 162 Parnell St, Dublin 1 ... There is a substantial section for vegetarian and vegan dishes, and, as you would expect, pho is ...