How Much Do You Know About Dublin?

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Question 1/12

irishcentral.com
One of Ireland's most beloved products, known as the "black stuff," is manufactured in Dublin. What is it?
Guinness beer
Bushmills whiskey
Heineken beer
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jjc.edu
What major river divides the city of Dublin?
Shannon
Boyne
Liffey
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bigcommerce.com
This is a view of one of the city's most famous parks. What is it?
Hyde Park
St. Stephen's Green
Wellington Park
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irishvolunteers.org
In 1916, roughly 1500 Dubliners rebelled against British authority. What was the name of this event?
The Easter Rising
The Christmas Massacre
The Dublin Deliverance
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Question 5/12

curiousireland.ie
One of Ireland's greatest heroes is honored with this massive statue in central Dublin. Who is he?
Michael Collins
Patrick Pearse
Daniel O'Connell
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Question 6/12

itsartmag.com
Dublin actually comes from a Viking word meaning what?
City on the Coast
Dark Pool
Rapid Water
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natalieharrower.com
Every year on June 16, Dublin celebrates a novel by one of Ireland's greatest writers. Who was he?
James Joyce
William Butler Yeats
Seamus Heaney
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staticflickr.com
Some of Ireland's most illustrious figures are buried here, along with roughly 1.5 million other people. What is it?
Monasterboice
Glasnevin Cemetery
Glencashel Cemetery
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Question 9/12

wikimedia.org
If you want to see the famous illuminated manuscript, the Book of Kells, while visiting Dublin, you'll need to go here:
Museum of Ireland
Trinity College
Bank of Ireland
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Question 10/12

independent.ie
This Dublin street is famous for its high-end shopping, and is especially popular when decorated for Christmas:
Grafton Street
Pearse Street
Collins Street
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Question 11/12

wordpress.com
This southside Dublin district is famous for its nightlife:
Dun Laoighre
Temple Bar
Parnell Square
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Question 12/12

mespilhotel.com
This famous Dublin sports venue is also known for an attack by British soldiers on sports fans in 1920:
O2 Arena
Solomon Stadium
Croke Park
Result
Have a pint or two of Guinness to comfort yourself, and then read up on this great city! It's got history, culture, and lots of friendly people!

C+, So You're Not A Dublin Expert!

intro.ie
Right!
Ok, maybe you're not an expert. But you know a lot about Ireland's capital city. So raise a glass and celebrate!

B+, You're Pretty Sharp!

fast-meteo.com
Right!
James Joyce's got nothing on you! You really know your stuff. At this rate, you may be leading the next St. Patrick's Day parade!

A+, You're a Native Dubliner!

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1
One of Ireland's most beloved products, known as the "black stuff," is manufactured in Dublin. What is it?
Guinness beer
Bushmills whiskey
Heineken beer
2
What major river divides the city of Dublin?
Shannon
Boyne
Liffey
3
This is a view of one of the city's most famous parks. What is it?
Hyde Park
St. Stephen's Green
Wellington Park
4
In 1916, roughly 1500 Dubliners rebelled against British authority. What was the name of this event?
The Easter Rising
The Christmas Massacre
The Dublin Deliverance
5
One of Ireland's greatest heroes is honored with this massive statue in central Dublin. Who is he?
Michael Collins
Patrick Pearse
Daniel O'Connell
6
Dublin actually comes from a Viking word meaning what?
City on the Coast
Dark Pool
Rapid Water
7
Every year on June 16, Dublin celebrates a novel by one of Ireland's greatest writers. Who was he?
James Joyce
William Butler Yeats
Seamus Heaney
8
Some of Ireland's most illustrious figures are buried here, along with roughly 1.5 million other people. What is it?
Monasterboice
Glasnevin Cemetery
Glencashel Cemetery
9
If you want to see the famous illuminated manuscript, the Book of Kells, while visiting Dublin, you'll need to go here:
Museum of Ireland
Trinity College
Bank of Ireland
10
This Dublin street is famous for its high-end shopping, and is especially popular when decorated for Christmas:
Grafton Street
Pearse Street
Collins Street
11
This southside Dublin district is famous for its nightlife:
Dun Laoighre
Temple Bar
Parnell Square
12
This famous Dublin sports venue is also known for an attack by British soldiers on sports fans in 1920:
O2 Arena
Solomon Stadium
Croke Park