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Dublin DUBLIN (Gaelic Baile tha Cliath, 'Town of the Ford of the Hurdles'), capital, county borough, and seaport of Ireland, county town of county Dublin, in Leinster Province.

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Ireland's biggest libraries and literary museums are found in Dublin, including the National Print Museum of Ireland and the National Library of Ireland. In July 2010, Dublin was named as a UNESCO City of Literature.

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