View photos of Dublin Castle, the Oscar Wilde House and one of the city's oldest pubs.
The Dublin Castle, built in the 930s as a Danish Viking fortress, has several historic layers including a Medieval Tower.
Toners, located on Baggot Street, is one of Dublin's oldest and most famous traditional pubs.
A photographer takes a night snapshot of the Four Courts, the Irish Supreme Court.
The Medieval Irish Castle, owned by the Tolbot family for 800 years, is a popular tourist attraction.
The Long Room at Trinity College's Old Library has thousands of the college's oldest and rarest books and manuscripts.
The Oscar Wilde House is where the Irish writer and poet was raised and home-schooled for 9 years.
The Spire of Dublin, a 390-foot stainless-steel monument, was created in the 1990s to revitalize O'Connell Street.
Howth Head, originally a rural fishing village, is now one of Dublin's busiest suburbs.