Dublin (ˈdʌblɨn/; locally /ˈdʊbᵊlən/; Irish: Baile Átha Cliath, meaning “town of the hurdled ford”, pronounced [blʲaˈklʲiə] or Áth Cliath, [aː klʲiə], occasionally Duibhlinn) is the capital and most populous city of Ireland.[2][3] The English name for the city is derived from the Irish name Dubhlinn, meaning “black pool”. Dublin is situated near the midpoint of Ireland’s east coast, at the mouth of the River Liffey, and at the centre of the Dublin Region. (Wikipedia)

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Capoeira 24 06 07 Street performance ; Capoeira 03 08 07 Byrne Hall ; Capoeira 14 10 07 Batizado; Canario leaving 2008; Capoeira 20 05 12 Street performance;

Dublin 10 05 05 – a new life…; Dublin 11 05 05 – walk to the sea; Trinity College and St Stephen Green 12 05 05; Phoenix Park in 2005; Croke Park 23 07 06; Dublin 02 04 09; Merrion Area 21 06 09; Paddy day 2006; Paddy day 2009; Spwc 2009;
Howth 22 05 05; Howth Harbour; Howth: The Seal;

Dublin stays green and not oppressive. The cost of life is more important than in France. Life is obviously different over here.

You can now discover with the pictures and comments and I hope their give you enjoy to visit.

Dublin reste dans l’ensemble une ville très verte et peu oppressante. Le coût de la vie est plus élevée qu’en France mais la vie n’est evidement pas la meme.

Le reste je vous laisse le découvrir à travers le peu d’images et commentaires qui, je l’espère vous donneront envie de venir visiter.

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