In fact, it is so clear that we doubt that you have any trouble identifying the famous monuments of the capital.
The image was shared by NASA astronaut Randy Bresnik on his Twitter account this morning.
"Good morning from @space_station, Dublin, Ireland #LoveDublin," he subtitled the photo.
Bresnik has been in space since July and is scheduled to return to Earth later this month.
It has been maintained on the International Space Station as part of the Expedition crews 52 and 53.
Last month, Bresnik recorded a spacewalk with his GoPro camera and shared the footage via Twitter on Monday.
The video offered some beautiful scenes of our planet and it went viral instantly.  & # 39; It's a fascinating sight and a reminder of & # 39; the beauty of our planet Earth & # 39; says Bresnik.
NASA astronaut Randy Bresnik posted a video he took with a GoPro camera
"A very peaceful planet", a Twitter user commented "It was hard to think that this place had so many problems, so many frustrations".
Aerial footage of Bresnik from Dublin has given people a renewed admiration for the city and a reason for the pause.
"What an awesome sight," a Twitter user commented.
While another wrote: "What a picture, a beautiful city, even better looking from space!"
"I can see my street here," said another.