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What is the dialing code for Dublin from England?

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The dialing code for Dublin from anywhere in England is "00353." The leading "00" is the international access code used to dial a number outside of the United Kingdom, while "353" is the international country code for Ireland, of which Dublin is the capital city.

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Ireland is situated in the western region of Europe, encompassing around 83 percent of the island of Ireland. It is located in the western section of the British Isles, where Ireland shares a 275-mile land boundary with the United Kingdom. Ireland serves as one of the landing points for the Hibernia-Atlantic submarine telecommunications cables, which connect Canada, the United States and the U.K.

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