A video of what a city in Dublin Bay might well look like in years to come.....or a spoof that fooled city officials and the national broadcaster!
Walking in Dublin, Ireland and zooming into the scenery 1 pixel at a time
tARTed up video of my efforts in national diving competition 2006, NAC Dublin, Ireland
wet saturday night in dublin, ireland. gritty street scenes, fantastic pool game all in magical timeplapse...
The Dubliners playing The Octopus Jig. Amazing!
The Dubliners. 7 Drunken Nights
The Budgetbackpacker goes to Dublin
nissan skyline,300zx,200sx,silvia,subaru impreza,honda civic type-r,toyata turano,cruisin round dublin ireland
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On my way from Waterford to Dublin I stopped over at Kilkenny, had some Kilkenny beer, and saw the castle. Dublin was packed with partiers because Germany was facing off against Ireland for a World Cup qualifier.
Actual lifting and transporting of containers at Dublin's port in Ireland.
RedBull X-Fighters at Dublin ''Slane Castle''. Even rain can't stop this gays.Awesome!
70 million people worldwide claim Irish heritage and the St. Patrick's Festival is their opportunity to celebrate Ireland. The Feast of St. Patrick is now celebrated in nearly every country throughout the world where Irish descendents or influences have continued to reinforce its popularity. Among the countries with strong traditions of celebrating St Patrick’s Day are the United States, Canada and Australia, but also France, Argentina, Russia, Japan and even the Caribbean island of Montserrat.
But nobody does it quite like the Irish at home in Ireland! While the rest of the world tuck in to Irish stew and Guinness, those in Ireland are enjoying a 5-day feast of street theatre, music, dance, carnivals, fireworks, food, film and parades.
The jewel in the Festival crown is the St. Patrick's Festival Parade on 17 March: a fantastical array of pageants delight the crowds of hundreds of thousands in Dublin, adding colour, energy and excitement to parade 2008!
No one knows how to have the ‘craic’ like the Irish, and what better time to start thinking about a trip to Ireland – log onto www.discoverireland**** to whet your appetite.
ST. PATRICK FACTS
- St. Patrick is largely credited with having converted the Pagan Irish to Christianity.
- Patrick was not actually Irish! He was born in Britain around 400 AD.
- At the age of 15 or 16 Patrick was kidnapped by the Irish Pirate King, Niall of the Nine Hostages and sold into slavery.
- After 6 years Patrick escaped to England where within a decade he became a bishop.
- Patrick came back to Ireland in 432 to work as a Christian Missionary.
- Patrick founded his first church in Ireland at Saul, outside Downpatrick. It is still used today.
- St. Patrick traditionally used the Shamrock (3-leafed clover) to explain the concept of the holy trinity.
- Legend has it that St. Patrick rid Ireland of snakes. In fact, Ireland has never had snakes - this possibly refers to his banishment of Satan, often perceived as a serpent.
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