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Phoenix Park - a green oasis in the city

Phoenix Park - a green oasis in the city

Published : 20.05.2020

Phoenix Park can be called a real heritage of medieval Dublin. This place attracts tourists from all over the world, which is not surprising: here you can meet the real Bambi and his whole family - the heroes of a children's fairy tale about a cute deer. The horned inhabitants of the park are not afraid of people, but on the contrary, they are waiting for them, knowing that food and attention will come to them together with visitors, and genuine happiness will settle on the faces of the children. Phoenix Park is one of the largest green areas in the world within the city. Its area is more than seven hundred hectares, so if you want to go to all the interesting corners, allocate enough time for this walk.

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Statue of Molly Malone in Dublin

Statue of Molly Malone in Dublin

Published : 20.05.2020

Some monuments amaze with their sizes and shapes, some with their history, and some with the meaning that they carry in themselves. One of these is the monument to Molly Malone, which is considered to be one of the most recognizable symbols of Dublin. The girl to whom the exposition is dedicated is a person who really lived in Ireland, who became famous for her difficult fate and feats committed for the good of his native country. Thousands of tourists annually come to the monument of a girl whose hair is gathered in an uncomplicated hairstyle, and her eyes look into the distance... Try to unravel her secret, and then Molly Malone will become your hero!

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The National Leprechaun Museum: a walk through an Irish fairy tale

The National Leprechaun Museum: a walk through an Irish fairy tale

Published : 20.05.2020

Most museums collect and store information about real historical events, people, eras. But there are museums dedicated not to existing objects, but to ideas that have become famous and conquered the world. The National Leprechaun Museum in Dublin tells stories of the most famous character of Irish folklore and offers to play, falling into a fairy tale and experiencing fabulous adventures.

Leprechaun was allowed to walk around the world by Irish immigrants who today live on all continents. Fairy dwarfs in green populated children's books, cartoons, movies and computer games. In the 21st century, leprechauns turned into movie monsters that did not resemble folk characters.

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Lough Corrib - Ireland's second largest lake

Lough Corrib - Ireland's second largest lake

Published : 20.05.2020

Ireland is known as the land of shamrocks, beer, castles, cathedrals and wars. Few consider it a country of picturesque nature. Nevertheless, these lands shake with their incredible beauty all those who were lucky enough to be here.

Lough Corrib Lake is one of the places that are not considered one hundred percent tourist, which is why it is always clean, quiet and calm. But local people who know a lot are trying to spend as much time as possible here: after all, where else can you catch such trout, breathe in such air or enjoy the subtle noise of the water? If you are a sophisticated tourist who has seen a lot of things, visit Lough Corrib - and you will not regret it!

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Christ Church Cathedral in Dublin

Christ Church Cathedral in Dublin

Published : 20.05.2020

Ireland is a unique country: religious people live here, respecting traditions and living in a centuries-old paradigm of values. Despite the fact that almost the entire history of this people is woven from wars and battles, they managed to build cathedrals and build temples. And even those peoples who came and captured the Irish left a worthy mark on their lands. One of these traces was the Cathedral of Christ in Dublin, which was built in the XI century by the leader of the Vikings. This place is unique, it had to go through a lot: destruction and restoration, the struggle with another cathedral for primacy, belonging to different religions - all this makes it an invaluable monument of culture, religion and architecture.

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Killarney National Park in Ireland

Killarney National Park in Ireland

Published : 20.05.2020

Parks are one of the most popular tourist attractions, no matter what country they come to. This is not surprising: most of the iconic places are located in the centers of cities, where it is noisy and crowded, and at some point, enjoying the architecture, I want to be alone with nature. Killarney National Park is a favorite destination for tourists and residents. It is known for its flora and fauna, diverse landscapes and size: Killarney Park is the largest in Ireland: its area is about 100 sq. km. To avoid admiration for unity with nature in this place is unreal!

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Charleville Castle - Ireland's most mysterious place

Charleville Castle - Ireland's most mysterious place

Published : 20.05.2020

Almost the most famous neo-Gothic castle of Ireland - Charleville - is located at the mouth of the Shannon river, in the thicket of the Offaly forests. It is rightfully considered one of the best architectural monuments of the country, despite the fact that most of it was destroyed. The castle was brought glory not only the events that took place here, and not only the people whose names are associated with it, but also a huge number of myths and legends that enveloped the mysterious place, like a canvas. Locals advise special daredevils to visit Cerville Castle during the Halloween period to tickle their nerves. I wonder if there is a person who will decide on this?

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St Stephen's Green - a green place in the city center

St Stephen's Green - a green place in the city center

Published : 20.05.2020

After walking through the many attractions of Dublin, where crowds of tourists usually gather, there comes a time when you want to relax in silence, sit on the grass, enjoy the fresh air. A favorite place for city dwellers and tourists is St Stephen's Green: a park located in the very center of the city. Here you can try street food, feed the pigeons, and watch the local fishermen bending over a small lake more for pleasure than for prey. Undoubtedly, local residents can be fully understood by observing their ordinary life. St Stephen's Green Park is the perfect place for this!

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How to become a lawyer in the USA?

How to become a lawyer in the USA?

Published : 14.05.2020

Future lawyers in the USA go a long way: they spend more years on education (first general, then legal), invest considerable funds in their project and give all the best when obtaining a license. But, giving all your best to the maximum now, you will get much more in the near future! Let's learn more about the prospects and possible strategies.

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Traveling by car in Europe: expenses, nuances, life hacks

Traveling by car in Europe: expenses, nuances, life hacks

Published : 13.05.2020

Путешествие по Европе на автомобиле - это приключение, о котором многие мечтают. Он привлекает открытостью маршрута, возможностью самостоятельно спланировать время вашего пребывания, посетить несколько стран за один отпуск и пройти по избитым пешеходным тропам.

Для опытных путешественников не составляет труда самостоятельно спланировать европейские автопутешествия, но для новичка это станет сложной задачей. С чего начать планирование поездки, какие документы нужны, сколько приблизительных расходов будет, какие нюансы следует учитывать - эксперты SMAPSE собрали ответы на все эти вопросы в этой статье.

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