Welcome to Dublin trivia! Dublin is the cosmopolitan capital of Ireland and is a city with a long and fascinating history. From its origins as Viking trading post to its establishment as an important political and cultural centre, Dublin's story has seen both great success and devastating decline. Known as the City of Literature, Dublin is one of Europe's most vibrant cities and is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike. Put your knowledge of Dublin to the test with these trivia questions, and maybe learn something new in the process!
1) What district of Dublin has its own library and theatre?
2) Where is Dublin Castle located?
3) What is the oldest university in Dublin?
4) What is the longest road in Dublin?
5) What is the oldest pub in Dublin?
6) The Dublin Airport is located in which Dublin suburb?
7) What is the name of Dublin's main shopping street?
8) Where is the National Gallery of Ireland located?
9) What is the oldest church in Dublin?
10) Which Dublin neighbourhood is known for its theatre scene?
11) What is the name of the medieval bridge on the Liffey?
12) What is Dublin's lowest point?
13) What is the most famous park in Dublin?
14) Dublin's first professional suburbs were built in which century?
15) Which street is known for its elegant Georgian architecture?
16) The Dublin Writers Museum is located in which part of the city?
17) What is the tallest building in Dublin?
18) What is the name of the main shopping centre in Dublin?
19) Who is considered to be Dublin's patron saint?
20) What is the name of the river that runs through the centre of Dublin?
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