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Sender

Kathleen [Dublin, Ireland]

Recipient

Mr. & Mrs. L.D. Lamb [San Diego, California]

Language of Message

English

Postmark

1965-07-03

Caption

River Liffey. Dublin, Ireland's capital, was founded by Viking pirates over a thousand years ago. It stands at the foot of the Wicklow Mountains, facing Dublin Bay, and is famous for its magnificent Georgian buildings and spacious streets. The Four Courts, standing on the River Liffey, is one of the finest examples of Dublin's eighteenth-century architecture. Incidentally, Guinness, Dublin's famous stout, is not made on the water from this river - it comes all the from Co. Kildare.

Language of Postcard

English

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Image File Location

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Keywords

Dublin (Ireland), Liffey, River (Ireland), Bridges, O'Connell Street (Dublin, Ireland), Bridges, Four Courts (Dublin, Ireland), Courthouses

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