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Quiz: How much do you know about Dublin?

What do you know about Ireland’s capital?

DUBLIN HAS BEEN on the mind of the nation this week as the county enters into weeks of tighter Covid-19 restrictions. 

Let’s take a step back from all of that and assess how much you know about Ireland’s capital in this evening’s quiz. 

Let's start off with an easy one... How tall is the spire?
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135 metres
120 metres

200 metres
90 metres
How many Dublin postcodes are there?
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12
26

22
24
What was the site believed to be Dublin called on Ptolemy's map of Ireland from 140AD?
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Dublinia
Eblana

Dubh linn
Fortstown
Where was the exact time taken for Dublin Mean Time?
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Phoenix Park
Trinity College Dublin

Met Éireann Headquarters
Dunsink Observatory
What type of deer are in the Phoenix Park?
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Fallow deer
Roe deer

Reindeer
Sika deer
Which river runs under Dublin Castle?
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The Dodder
The Liffey

The Poddle
The Coddle
What was stolen from St Michan's Church last year?
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A chalice
An ancient jewel

A coffin
An 800-year-old skull
How many times has the Luke Kelly statue on Guild Street been vandalised?
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6
7

8
10
Griffith Avenue is the longest tree-lined purely residential avenue in where?
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Dublin
Ireland

Europe
The world
Where would you find the other O’Connell bridge? (Not the one you're thinking of)
Church Street
St Stephen’s Green

Capel Street
Cabra
Answer all the questions to see your result!
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Well done!
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Clever Cat
Fair play
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Fintastic
You did your best
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What are ewe doing?
At least you tried
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Turtle-y Awful
Not your best
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