As of 2014, postal codes in Dublin consist of numbers between 1 and 24. Odd-numbered postal districts are for addresses north of the River Liffey, and most of the even-numbered postal districts on the south side. More »

According to Dublin Tourist, the postal code for northern central Dublin is "Dublin 1," followed by the street code. The streets in southern central Dublin have the "Dublin 2" postal code with a street code. More »

The Republic of Ireland is one of the few countries in the world and the only member of the European Union that does not use postal codes. However, the country is scheduled to debut a new system at some point in 2015. More » Government & Politics Public Records

Dublin is a county in Ireland. It is located in the province of Leinster and also home to the nation's capital also named Ireland. The population of the county in 2011 was 1,270,603, according to the Ireland's census. More » Geography Europe

Dublin is the largest city and the capital of Ireland. Dublin lies in the Leinster province on the east coast of Ireland and is situated at the mouth of the Liffey River. Dublin's population was 527,612 in 2011. The tota... More »

Dublin is the capital of Ireland and is the country's largest city, with a population of just over one million as of 2014. Dublin covers an area of 44.5 square miles. More »

The currency used in Dublin, Ireland, is the euro. Ireland is one of 17 countries that uses the euro as its official form of currency. More »