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14 reasons why Dublin is the most beautiful city in the world

Such a fair city.

DUBLIN HAS BEEN named the 34th best city worldwide to live in (and the best in UK and Ireland).

Here’s a little homage to those who think our little capital is the most beautiful in the world.

Deer in the Phoenix Park

Tourists never fail to stop and marvel at the herds in the jewel in Dublin’s crown.

phoenix_park-04 Source: whittaker_colin

Bull Island nature reserve

Mere minutes from the city centre.

Sunrise in Bull Island, Dublin, Ireland Source: j0sh (www.pixael.com)

This view of the Poolbeg chimneys

pool Source: Declan Kilcourse

This sound sketch of an autumnal walk in Dartmouth Square

Alighting from the Luas in Ranelagh, sound artist La Cosa Preziosa produced this wonderful snapshot of a stroll in Dublin 6.

Source: lacosapreziosa/SoundCloud

Herons on the Liffey

Blessington Street Basin

Blessington Street Basin Public Park In Dublin Ref-8129 Source: infomatique

A quiet oasis of water, trees and ducks, just a few minutes from O’Connell Street.

Oh, and turtles.

This Northside sunset

Northside Sunset Source: dazsweeney

And this Phoenix Park sunrise

Sunrise! 247:365 (371) Source: John P Brady

Georgian architecture

Georgian Dublin Source: hargitay.

And not forgetting the Victorians

George's Street Arcade (South City Markets) - Fade Street Source: infomatique

Killiney views

Be it the view from the hill or the view as the DART comes out of that tunnel.

Killiney_6 Source: musical photo man

KILLINEY (Ireland) Source: infomatique

Stoneybatter terraces

Stoneybatter Reflection Source: monosnaps

Dublin Castle Garden

Hiding behind Dublin Castle, this beautiful garden is peaceful and sheltered on a spring or summer day.

built Source: BuiltDublin.com

The Ha’penny Bridge

Ha'Penny Bridge, Dublin Source: neilalderney123

What’s your favourite thing about Dublin? Let us know in the comment section…

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Emer McLysaght

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