Today we were in Dublinia, which is a museum about the history of the city of Dublin? By the way, do you know what Dublin means? (Find the answer just below)
Dublin was an ancient Viking settlement. The Romans didn't dare come to these lands and so the Vikings stayed here for a long time.
We have learned about the way they lived, how they fought, the tools they used and even the way they dressed. Actually, we just happened to come across some Viking girls.
These were hard times especially for those who were naughty. Our English teacher has behaved very badly with his students, so here you can see what the Vikings did to him. God bless him!
Dublin meant 'black pool' because of the water. Here it is very dark as the soil is really black (That is also why Guinness beer is black). What else can you tell me about the history of this lovely city?