Ireland and Croatia win European Capital of Culture 2020 bids

Ireland and Croatia win European Capital of Culture 2020 bids

Ireland and Croatia have been announced as the chosen countries for the European Capital of Culture 2020.

The city chosen from each of these countries is selected by the European Union and in the coming months the selection process will get underway.

Today, Dublin is launching its bid to host the year long celebration by holding a number of café conversations and free events to discuss what matters most to the citizens.


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