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    The Liffey River in Dublin, Ireland divides the north and the south of Dublin City itself. This name was used in James Joyce's novel "Finnegan's Wake.


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    The river is dyed green on St. Patrick's Day.

    Här får ni följa mig, Fru Sjögren som den 18/7-10 gick jag på min första dejt med en helt underbar kille, som den 22/11-11 friade till mig på hennickehammars herrgård och som den 10 augusti 2012 ja sa JA till i Forshaga kyrka. Nu ska vi även bli föräldrar i September :-)Tillsammans är vi ett, tillsammans är vi allt! <3 Helena & Mattias Sjögren!

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    HaPenny Bridge - Dublin, Ireland

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    The River Liffey, Dublin, with the dome of the Four Courts at right

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    A walk over the Ha'penny Bridge that goes over the river

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    Men repair the pavement along quays in front of Grattan Bridge. #Irish #History

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    Dublin water screen event, River Liffey. Ireland

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    Taken from the Grattan Bridge in downtown Dublin

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    Lemuel Gulliver floating in the Liffey!!! Dublin City celebrated its Millennium in 1988. Various events were held throughout the year to commemorate the Millennium. One of the more noteable, was a colourful re-enactement street theatre style, of "Gullivers Travels" Gulliver as the principial character in Jonathan Swift satirical work.

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    PWC building reflecting in the river

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    The Venerable Matt Talbot (2 May 1856 – 7 June 1925) was an Irish ascetic revered by many Catholics for his piety, charity and mortification of the flesh. Talbot was an unskilled labourer. Though he lived alone for most of his life, Talbot did live with his mother for a time. His life would have gone unnoticed were it not for the cords and chains discovered on his body when he died suddenly on a Dublin street in 1925.

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