O'connell Monument, Dublin

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Address: North Inner City, Dublin, Ireland

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The O’ Connell Monument in Dublin is an important landmark that is dedicated to the “Liberator” Daniel O’Connell (1775-1847) after whom the street was renamed after independence of Ireland. He was an Irish political leader who fought for Catholic emancipation. Erected in 1862, this monument was given shape by John Henry Foley, a leading sculptor of the day. The monument is surmounted by the figure of O’Connell with a heavy limestone base carved with personifications of Patriotism, Fidelity, Courage and Eloquence. There are also figures that represent O’Connell’s labours and triumphs.

O'connell Monument Ticket Prices

  • Entry is free.

How To reach O'connell Monument by Public Transport

  • By Bus station: Dublin (Batchelors Walk)

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  • Situated in the heart of the city.. monument with angels crafted underneath.. considerd to have historical significance..

  • Free and easy tourist attraction! History nerds go ahead and read the Wikipedia article before you visit and you'll understand why it's named O'Connell Street 👍

  • Street attraction. I recommend.

  • A monument. At the end of O'Connell street. Look close to see the bullet holes from the great Martian Invasion of 1916.

  • Definietly worth a visit if you are in dublin. Right at the top of O'Connell street. you cannot miss it

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