View of Dublin, New Hampshire from 1906 postcard
View of Dublin, New Hampshire from 1906 postcard
Mt Monadnock and Dublin Lake, Dublin, New Hampshire
Mt Monadnock and Dublin Lake, Dublin, New Hampshire
Downtown Dublin, New Hampshire
Downtown Dublin, New Hampshire

Dublin, New Hampshire

Settled in 1752 by Scots-Irish families, no one knows for sure how Dublin got its name. Dublin is one of the highest towns in the state (elevation 1,439). Dominated by Dublin Lake and Mount Monadnock, Dublin is the site of some of the most beautiful and elaborate estates in the region, and home of Yankee Magazine and the Old Farmer’s Almanac.

Population: 1,590 - Area: 42 square mile

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