The Queen thanks Dublin for memorable visit

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Lord Mayor of Dublin Gerry Breen received a letter from Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and The Duke of Edinburgh to say thank you for making their time in Dublin memorable. The Queen sent good wishes and thanked everyone involved in making every element of her visit such a success.

The Queen also wished to convey to the people of Dublin her sincere thanks for such a warm and memorable welcome.

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Dublin City Council Press Office (01) 2222107


Notes to the Editor

Text of letter dated 26th May 2011 from Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh have asked me to thank you for your support in making their time in Dublin during their State Visit to Ireland, so memorable. The visits undertaken by Her Majesty and His Royal Highness in Dublin highlighted a wealth of history, culture and dynamism associated with the city, which looked wonderful in the May sunshine.

The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh are fully aware of the efforts involved in putting together a programme of events of this nature, and have asked me to send their good wishes to you, and to all who were involved in making every element such a success.

The Queen has further asked whether you would kindly convey to the people of Dublin her sincere thanks for such a warm and memorable welcome.

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