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Dublin

A view of Sackville Street (now O'Connell), Dublin, Ireland and the bridge over the Liffey River framed by a spray of shamrocks. The card was postmarked Dublin, August 30, 1911.
Text:
Sackville Street, Dublin
Reverse:
Valentine's Series
Known throughout the World
Valentine, Dublin
Printed in Scotland

A view of Sackville Street (now O'Connell), Dublin, Ireland and the bridge over the Liffey River framed by a spray of shamrocks. The card was postmarked Dublin, August 30, 1911.

Image text

Sackville Street, Dublin



Reverse:

Valentine's Series

Known throughout the World

Valentine, Dublin

Printed in Scotland

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Dublin, now the capital of the Republic of Ireland, was the central site of the 1916 Easter Rising seeking Irish independence from the United Kingdom.

Dublin is a city in Ireland.

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Statistics for Dublin (1)

Type Statistic
Population 309,272

Books about Dublin (7)

Title Author Last Name Author First Name
The Easter Rebellion Caulfield Max
Agony at Easter Coffey Thomas M.
Rebels: The Irish Rising of 1916 de Rosa Peter
Bloody Sunday Gleeson James
Easter Rising 1916; Birth of the Irish Republic by Michael McNally; Illustrated by Peter Dennis McNally Michael
The 1916 Poets Ryan Desmond
The Insurrection in Dublin Stephens James