Image title: Dublin Ireland O'Connell Street at dusk

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Looking from the south side of O'Connell Bridge towards O'Connell Street and the Dublin Spire.

O'Connell Street, former Sackville Street, is Dublin's widest and most important street. It extends from the River Liffey to the north. In the middle, on the site of the Pillar, blown up by the IRA in 1966, is the Dublin Spire. Silhouetted at the bottom of the street is the statue of Daniel O'Connell. Brightlly lit on the right are the offices of Irish Nationwide.


Dublin Ireland O'Connell Street at dusk



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Dublin Ireland images, O'Connell Bridge photos, pictures of O'Connell Street, Dublin Ireland, Dublin Republic of Ireland

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