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We were here on an overcast day and the statue was washed out and hard to see b/c of the lighting. Hopefully, the sun will come out when you visit. It should sparkle with the Sicilian white marble.
This statue is representing a man that...More
Another important monument; - erected in appreciation of his many services to Ireland, and of the supply of fresh water which he secured for Dublin city and the suburbs.
His legacy also included his contributions to the passage of the Irish Church and Land Bills,...More
How refreshing it is to see a statue to a person who hasn't gained fame for being a martyr, a politician or a trade unionist! That this civic- minded all-rounder should be immortalised in stone (albeit a beautiful, sparkly Sicilian marble) for being responsible for...More
When walking up and down O'Connell street in the heart of Dublin there are many statues, which this is just another fine example, it is right in the middle of the tourist track and you cannot miss it.