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Dublin (Irish: Baile Atha Cliath, AFI: [b ˠ at ʲ ə to ː has kl ʲ iəh], or town of the ford of reeds, 1 in English, Dublin, IPA: [dʌblɪn]) is the capital of the Republic of Ireland. It is located near the center of the east coast of the island at the mouth of the River Liffey and at the center of County Dublin. It was originally founded by the Vikings in c.841 as a military base and trading center of slaves, and was capital of the country since the Middle Media.2 3 It is the area of the Council of the City of Dublin suburbs contiguous with County Dublin. The latter is divided into administrative counties of Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown, Fingal Fine Gall, and the County Council South Dublin. The Large Area consists of Dublin City Council along with the contiguous counties of Kildare, Meath and Wicklow. The population of the city proper was 495,781 inhabitants in the 2002 census. In the same census, the total population considering the conurbation was 1,004,614, but extended by the County amounted to 1,122,821, while the Large Area had 1,565,446 inhabitants. Its inhabitants are Dublin. Contributes to 60,000 million euro Irish GDP. Dublin is a Hiberno-Norman derivative voices Irish Dubh Linn, meaning 'Black Lagoon' .4 Historically, Irish calligraphy, bh was written with a point on the b, as Dub Linn or Dublinn. The French-speaking Normans, omitted the dot and spelled the name as Develyn or Dublin. This lake was formed by stagnation Poddle River before flowing into the River Liffey at Wellington Quay today. The gap remained until early 1700, but the expansion of the city resulted in drainage, and underground drainage and the river Liffey. Currently, the site of the former lagoon is occupied by the park Dubh Linn Gardens, after the Dublin Castle, while the lower reaches of Poddle runs to the river Liffey by underground channels.
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