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2. Which Irish castle is located near the birthplace of writer Bram Stoker, author of the novel ‘Dracula’?

Bram Stoker was born and raised in Clontarf, Dublin, although the 12th-century Norman edifice is not considered to have been the inspiration for his Castle Dracula. Belfast Castle is more of a stately home than a true castle. Dublin Castle was the home of British administration in pre-independence Ireland, and Bunratty Castle is a major tourist attraction.

Bram Stoker was born and raised in Clontarf, Dublin, although the 12th-century Norman edifice is not considered to have been the inspiration for his Castle Dracula. Belfast Castle is more of a stately home than a true castle. Dublin Castle was the home of British administration in pre-independence Ireland, and Bunratty Castle is a major tourist attraction.

Bram Stoker was born and raised in Clontarf, Dublin, although the 12th-century Norman edifice is not considered to have been the inspiration for his Castle Dracula. Belfast Castle is more of a stately home than a true castle. Dublin Castle was the home of British administration in pre-independence Ireland, and Bunratty Castle is a major tourist attraction.

Bram Stoker was born and raised in Clontarf, Dublin, although the 12th-century Norman edifice is not considered to have been the inspiration for his Castle Dracula. Belfast Castle is more of a stately home than a true castle. Dublin Castle was the home of British administration in pre-independence Ireland, and Bunratty Castle is a major tourist attraction.

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Clontarf Castle

 

Bunratty Castle

 

Dublin Castle

 

Belfast Castle

 
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