Dublin [dyblɛ] a Listen (in English: [dʊbᵊlən] b, in Gaelic: Baile Átha Cliathc [bˠalʲə aːhə clʲiə] d or Bleá Cliathe [ˌbʲlʲaː clʲiə] d) is the largest city on the island of Ireland and the state of Ireland, of which it is the capital (Belfast being the capital of Northern Ireland). The city is located near the central point of the eastern coast of the island and in the center of County Dublin. Dublin is Ireland's largest city in terms of population since the High Middle Ages. It is now ranked 66th in the index of global financial markets1, and has one of the highest growth rates among European capitals2,3. Dublin is the historical, political, artistic, cultural, economic and industrial center of Ireland.
The population of Dublin is 553,165 at the 2016 census. At the same census, Dublin County - divided into four administrative areas: Dublin City, Dublin South, Fingal and Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown - has 1,270,603 while Greater Dublin is home to 1,804,156 inhabitants.Wikipedia
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