Dublin, Ireland

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A small capital with a huge reputation, Dublin mixes heritage, intimacy, and handsome architecture. With settlements dating back to prehistoric times, Dublin lives and breathes history, which is apparent when exploring the cosmopolitan streets. A night out in Dublin is the ultimate Irish experience – hit the pub, then walk home along the living museum of history, surrounded by multiculturalism and art. The extensive details of the streets and buildings are contrasted by the intimacy of living in the city, full of friendly faces and clandestine adventures. Dublin real estate has a fine line in sophisticated elegance, both in the city and among the surrounding countryside. The vibrant area lends itself to a multitude of beautiful properties, from historic castles to charming modern homes.

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