Though there is evidence of a Jewish presence in Ireland in the Middle Ages (with a permanent community probably established by 1232), the number of Jews in Ireland has remained small. Today, under 2,000 Jews live in the country, mainly in Dublin and Cork, where there are organized communities. There is a Jewish Museum in Dublin and  some disused Jewish cemeteries  elsewhere in the country.

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