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The evolution of Irish cinema

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Ignited by James Joyce and kept alive by daring international and Irish filmmakers, the Emerald Isle has an avid cinematic culture.
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Dublin's recessionary restaurant boom

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Thanks to falling rents and tightened purse strings, a wave of well-travelled restaurateurs are infusing the city with smaller, more affordable establishments.
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Balls will roll at a quirky Irish lottery

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Every August, the town of Cobh looks like a playroom ball pit gone awry, as thousands of brightly coloured balls bounce down the streets in one of the world’s quirkiest lotteries.
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Europe’s largest capital park

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Dublin’s Phoenix Park, the largest enclosed park within any European capital city, has a surprising history.
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A wave of independent shops in Dublin

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Collapsing rents and surplus commercial space have enticed many Irish designers to open galleries and boutiques in the emerging “Creative Quarter”.
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Dublin's Viking heritage

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Marauding Norsemen from Scandinavia first came to this area on seasonal plundering voyages around the early 9th Century, and Viking remains continue to be discovered in the city today.
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