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This is a small site that is part of Parnell Square off the top of O'Connell Street. When clean, it is a little oasis in the city, and an interesting spot for a 20 minute stop off or a little sit-down. Unfortunately it can be...More
This Garden of Remembrance is a great and powerful tribute to those who gave up their lives for the idea 💡 of a Free and independent Ireland 🇮🇪! It was so peaceful and calm... it is a lovely area to just sit down and relax...More
This garden is tucked away a rather busy thoroughfare in Dublin, yet feels tranquil once you step inside. It is a memorable and meaningful tribute to the brave who fought for the Irish Republic - would highly recommend.
This is a lovely and well presented memorial to the Easter uprising, it was built in 1966 50 years after the event, It comprises of a large cross shaped reflecting pool, with a statue of at one end and a set of steps at the...More
Erected in 1966 it was dedicated by Eamon De Valera the president who was a commander during the Easter Uprising of 1916. It commemorates all those who lost their lives for the battle of Irish Independence. It’s a beautiful spot located across the street from...More
Even a few minutes spent in this oasis of peace must be good for the soul. It provides us all with the space and perfect location to remember all of those who have gine before us and particularly those who gave their lives for Irish...More
The Garden of Remembrance is a beautiful enclave in a busy area of northern Dublin. The Garden of Remembrance commemorates all those brave men and women who died fighting for Ireland's independence. This garden has clear water to symbolise life and broken weapons to symbolise...More