A stage of the famous Giro d'Italia cycling race will finish in Dublin next year.
Organisers have announced that the third stage of the world's second-biggest bike race will start in Armagh and finish in the capital on May 14.
The first two stages of the gruelling three-week race will start and finish in Belfast. The routes have yet to be decided, but as stages can be up to 150 miles long, they will take in many towns and villages in the North and along the east coast.
Organisers believe Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins and Irish riders Nicolas Roche, whose father Stephen wore the famous winners' pink jersey in 1987, and Dan Martin will attract tens of thousands of fans.
Failte Ireland's Paul Keeley said they were hoping the stage to Dublin would go through sites such as the historic tombs of the Boyne Valley.