Fountains in Dublin

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Fountains in Dublin

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  • Col
    Dublin, Ireland23 contributions
    This small garden is situated over the bridge from Heuston Train Station. Dublin. I would liken it to an oasis in the middle of a busy hotel guesthouse district.

    Come sit awhile and listen to the world go by. Known as The Croppy Acre.
    Written 14 October 2019
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  • permia
    Ireland38,175 contributions
    Rich in symbolism this attractive sculpture depicts four angelic figures blowing their trumpets.

    Adjacent to the Thomas Davis statue, the trumpet music is to awaken the four provinces of Ireland.
    Written 30 May 2018
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  • macedonboy
    Glasgow, UK165,935 contributions
    This sculpture is located just outside of the Irish Life Centre building on the forecourt.

    The sculpture depicts a stylised male nude charioteer driving a chariot pulled by two galloping horses. The sculpture is surrounded by geysers and set in rectangular fountain. The sculpture is made of bronze and had a rough textured. There's not any clearly visible reins, but the charioteer it's clearly driving the horses which are in mid-gallop and animated. The sense of motion is accentuated by the moving water directly in front of the horses.

    The sculpture is slightly to the east end of the city centre and is definitely worth a small detour.
    Written 8 February 2019
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  • northants90
    Northampton, UK2,952 contributions
    Fitting memorial in a stunning building. The custom house (now a government building) is itself a striking feature of the City.

    Simply lovely.
    Written 18 November 2018
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