Newly released Census figures have shown a slight decrease in the number of non-Irish nationals living in Ireland.
The national figures - 535,475 foreign nationals on Census night - was down 1.6% compared to 2011.
In Dublin, 91,876 non-Irish nationals were living in the city, with almost 47,000 in Fingal.
Non-nationals accounted for just over 17% of Dublin City residents, and around 16% of Fingal residents.
Galway, however, was considered the most multicultural city proportionally - with 18.6% of residents non-Irish nationals.
Polish, British and Lithuanian nationals accounted for the largest groups of non-nationals.