Dublin Trivia Quiz
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Dublin comes from the Irish name 'Dubh Linn' which means what in English?
The film 'My Left Foot' was based on the autobiography of what famous Dublin novelist and poet?
Which of Handel's famous works was first performed in Dublin in 1742?
Music For The Royal Fireworks
What famous Dublin company has their address at St. James' Gate?
The Irish Times
Which of these Dublin-born Nobel laureates wrote Waiting For Godot?
William Butler Yeats
George Bernard Shaw
Trinity College Dublin was founded by Queen Elizabeth I in what year?
Europe's largest urban public park is located in Dublin - what is it called?
Dublin is in which province of Ireland?
Which Dublin Stadium will be the host of the 2011 Europa League Final?
The National Stadium
What is the name of Dublin's new tram service?
What famous Dublin thouroughfare used to be known as Sackville street until 1924?
What monument was blown up, allegedly by the IRA, in O'Connell Street in 1966?
Daniel O'Connell Momument
Where does the world famous Dublin Horse Show take place?
The Royal Dublin Society
Which Dublin-born writer wrote Dracula?
There are two O'Connell Bridges in Dublin - one is over the river Liffey and the other is where?
St. Stephens Green
The Spire Of Dublin is the world's tallest sculpture - what is its official title?
The Monument Of Light
The Millenium Spire
Dublin became the capital of the Irish Free State in what year?
The Royal Canal joins Dublin's River Liffey to which other Irish river?
Who proclaimed the surrender of the Irish rebel to General Lowe after the Easter Rising of 1916?
Eamon de Valera
In what year did Dublin celebrate its Millennium?
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