Culture – Dublin has a famous cultural
past. Trinity College, or University of Dublin, founded
in 1591, has graduated authors Jonathan Swift, Oliver
Goldsmith, and Oscar Wilde. Its library is home to
the 8th-century 'Book of Kells',
the famous decorated gospel book made by Celtic Monks.
Famous Literary Figures to emerge
from the city include John Millington Synge, William
Yeats, James Joyce, Samuel Beckett and George Bernard.
The city played a leading role in the revival of Irish
language and literature of the late 19th and early
20th centuries. This included the opening of the Abbey
Theatre in 1904, dedicated to the revival of Irish
Pubs play a huge part in Dublin's Culture
so make sure you check them out during your stay.
You will always be treated as a friend and welcomed
in with open arms. Make sure you pay Dublin’s
oldest pub, The Brazen Head, a visit while you are
in the city. The place is immersed in centuries of
history. It's a collection of low rooms connected
by low passages. Live music every night keeps the