Pictures from Dublin, the Capital City of Ireland at St. Patricks Day. So, whats the craig?
An Irish breakfast a day keeps the doctor away cardiologist happy!
Molly Malone - she must have been a real hottie - her song is played in every pub up until today.
Check out what our friends over at Wikipedia have to say about Henry Grattan.
Memorial of James Augustine Aloysius Joyce. He was an Irish novelist and poet.
A waxwork of Hannibal Lecter at the WAX+ museum at Dublin. Well then, enjoy your meal!
A Leprechaun found at the WAX+. Well, you'll find them (Leprechauns, not WAX+es of course) behind every corner (i.e. Irish Gift Stores) in Dublin.
We were told mainly tourists dress up like leprechauns. Well it doesn't look like there are a lot of locals on the bride.
Liffey at dusk.
I sentence you to DRINK!
The home of Judge Dread!
The Christ Church and/or Dublinia. One of the Must Sees in Dublin.
The brazen head is apparently the worlds oldest Irish Pub. Shall we call it the mother of all Irish Pubs?
It was my god given task to drink a Guinness for breakfast on St. Patricks day. And this is the place where my soul has been saved!
Kinda an impressive grave they build in Drogheda for the remains of St. Oliver Plunkett.
You'll find St. Oliver Plunkett's Head on the left wing. Visit him, he'll appreciate some company.
Take a look at Saint Oliver Plunkett's head if you're in the area.
Looks like he has seen way better times... You can visit him at St. Peter's Church at Drogheda. Here are directions how to find him.
Justice is blind, but not the statue in Dublin. Its showing her back to the people living in the city and on a rainy day the water dropped from here index finger into the scales... But at least this problem was fixable with a hole.
The legendary Bram Stoker house is marked in every city map. And this is as exciting as it gets! It still puzzles me what we've expected...
A waterfall at the guinness store house.
A throne, a real throne. It would perfectly fit a game of thrones.
A pompous corridor at the dublin castle.
At least they placed the Irish gift store inside the St. Patricks Cathedral in a way that allows to take some pictures.
At least they did not mistreat it as an Irish gift store! No joke, you pay 5 euro entrence fee to suddenly find yourself at an Irish gift store inside St. Patricks Cathedral!
One of the stained-glass windows at the St. Patricks Cathedral in Dublin, Ireland.
Kind of an interesting stairway located at a dark corner inside St. Patricks Cathedral.
The north Ireland parliament building in Belfast.
One of those Belfast ring things they like so much in Belfast. This one is located at the pedestrian area.
You'll find wall paintings like that a lot in Belfast. Most of them are politically inspired.
Stone toweres are called stone towers because they are:
Hence there name: Stone tower!
If you manage to throw a stone onto the rock you get a wish. We wished for more beer and we got it. (Thanks to the wishing rock!)
Well, the end is not just nigh, it's already over...
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