Dublin: The Fair City
Exploring the development of Dublin from the intimate centre over which Leopold Bloom wandered, where George Moore and W.B. Yeats met casually, to the undistinguished urban sprawl of today. It presents a portrait of the heritage and atmosphere of this Irish city.
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