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Dublin is not only Ireland's capital city but also its historical, politic, artistic, cultural, academic, economic and industrial heart. By moving there, you will discover a harmonious blend of history and modernity, portrayed by its sumptuous architecture.

As a developed city with a young population and many multinational companies, its attracts many expatriates looking for new career prospects in the country.

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Relocating to Ireland requires proper planning. Hence, you are advised to hire removal experts to assist you with related proceedings.

If you wish to travel across Ireland, you can choose among different means of transport: buses, trains, planes, taxis, etc., or even rent a car.

Cork City has a developed economy which is based on several sectors, namely pharmaceutical industry and new technologies.

Dublin, Ireland's capital city, is full of job opportunities for expatriates. You will have no trouble in finding a job if you are moving there.

Sports are very popular in Ireland. Gaelic sports such as Gaelic football, hurling and rugby, etc., are the Irishs' most favorite sports.

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The Blackish Way

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Étudiante de 23 ans à l'EM Strasbourg Business School, je suis expatriée à Dublin (Irlande) pour une année complète. Par le biais de ce blog, vous découvrirez l'Irlande et recevrez de nombreux conseils concernant l'installation à Dublin. Étant une globe-trotteuse, depuis ma tendre enfance, des articles concernant mes divers voyages seront également présents. Cheers!

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Terra Incognita

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From UK to Canada to Ireland - a Finnish serial migrant hopping from one adventure to another. The blog follows my spontaneous travels across the globe as the writer stumbles upon the unpredictable reality of moving to a new country. Speaking 6 languages already and hoping to fold a few more into my linguistic quiver, life is never going to be boring at Terra Incognita, the Land Unknown.

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SARA SEES | Wanderings and Whatnot

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I'm a Louisiana native currently living in Dublin, Ireland. I'm a firm believer in the power of exploring the world and all the beautiful things in it (and doing it affordably!). Sara Sees chronicles my love for traveling, festivals, and music.

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Bloom Magic Flower Delivery
202 The Alliance, South Lotts Road, Dublin 4

Floral shops

The Laser Clinic Dublin
Suite 2, 53 Dawson Street, Dublin 2

Clinics

Radio Dublino
Radio Dublino c/o Near FM, Bunratty Road, Dublin 17, D17 K462

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