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Second phase of Jump into Ireland begins filming in DublinThe second phase of filming for Tourism Ireland’s global advertising campaign began in Dublin yesterday, highlighting a number of popular locations around the city.

Planned as part of the ‘Jump into Ireland’ campaign, it is a three year project made up of content from a variety of mediums including TV, print, radio and online. Estimates for the campaign are already promising; it is expected to reach around 200 million potential visitors. The phase is set to be of incredible quality, with the adverts being shot by BAFTA-nominated short film director Samuel Abrahams.

Locations for the filming include the beautiful 18th century Powerscourt Townhouse Centre, the iconic Ha’Penny Bridge, the Grand Canal and the statue of Patrick Kavanagh. Other locations which will be highlighted during the campaign include the cliffs at nearby Moher and the walled city of Derry, emphasising the wealth of sights and landmarks people staying in any of the hotels in Dublin can admire throughout the year.

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