On this episode of Travel Thru History we'll journey to the luckiest little Island in the Atlantic that just so happens to have the biggest history. Dublin, Ireland where beautiful scenery and friendly people welcome you with open arms. First, we'll take you to one of the oldest universities in Europe, Trinity College. Where we'll find the Book of Kells a masterpiece that dates back to around 800 AD. Next, we'll visit Glasnevin Cemetery, the resting place of just about every famous political leader in Dublin's history. It's a place with an important history of its own and an impressive collection of stone artwork that's unlike any other. We'll also visit the General Post Office and Kilmainham Jail, two sites that marked the turning point in Ireland's fight for Independence. Finally, we'll visit Ireland's national cathedral, named for the patron Saint of Ireland, Saint Patrick. So get ready to experience Irish history as we explore one of the most sought-after destinations in Europe.