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  1. Etimologia. O topônimo Dublin provém da palavra irlandesa "Dubhlinn" (ocasionalmente Duibhlinn ou Dubh Linn), por sua vez proveniente das palavras no idioma irlandês Duibh Linnia, literalmente piscina negra, em referência a uma piscina formada na confluência do Liffey e do Podle na região do atual Castelo de Dublin (Dublin Castle). [14]

  2. fr.wikipedia.org › wiki › DublinDublin — Wikipédia

    Dublin (/ d y. b l ɛ̃ / [a] Écouter ; en anglais local : / ˈ d ʊ b ᵊ l ə n / [b] ; en irlandais : Baile Átha Cliath [c] / ˈ b ˠ a l ʲ ə a ː h ə ˈ c l ʲ i ə / [d] ou Bleá Cliath [e] / ˌ b ʲ l ʲ a ː ˈ c l ʲ i ə / [d]) est la plus grande ville de l'île d'Irlande et de l'État d'Irlande, dont elle est la capitale (Belfast étant la capitale de l'Irlande du Nord).

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Dublin,_OhioDublin, Ohio - Wikipedia

    Dublin is a city in Franklin, Delaware and Union counties in the U.S. state of Ohio. The population was 49,328 in the 2020 census with a census estimate of ...

  4. Dublin is a town in Pulaski County, Virginia, United States. The population was 2,534 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Blacksburg–Christiansburg Metropolitan Statistical Area. The town was named after Dublin in Ireland. A local legend says that the town was named after New Dublin Presbyterian Church, which was in turn named after Dublin ...

  5. Dublin Coach links Portlaoise and Red Cow Luas to Dublin Airport. [146] Dublin Express runs non-stop coach services to the city centre via the Port Tunnel, offering interchange with the rail network at Tara Street station as well as serving other city centre destinations such as Heuston Station the main railway station connecting to Cork, Waterford, Limerick and Galway etc. [147]

  6. Background. Unusually, St Patrick's is not the seat of a bishop, as the Archbishop of Dublin has his seat in Christ Church Cathedral.Since 1870, the Church of Ireland has designated St Patrick's as the national cathedral for the whole of Ireland, drawing chapter members from each of the 12 dioceses of the Church of Ireland.

  7. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Dublin_CoreDublin Core - Wikipedia

    The Dublin Core, also known as the Dublin Core Metadata Element Set (DCMES), is a set of fifteen "core" elements (properties) for describing resources. This fifteen-element Dublin Core has been formally standardized as ISO 15836, [1] ANSI/NISO Z39.85, [2] and IETF RFC 5013. [3]