O'Connell is a national hero in Irish history. His monument is located in the middle of the street in the downtown area of Dublin. It is very tall and conspicuous. If you are visiting the city of Dublin, you will definitely pass by here. Be sure to take a few photos as a souvenir.
The O'Connell Monument is located at the junction of O'Connell Avenue and the Liffey River. She is the pioneer and ideological enlightenment of the independence movement in Irish history, and has played an important role in the entire historical process of Erxiaolan. The entire monument is very tall and majestic, with many intricate sculptures. It is also one of the most important landmark sculptures in Dublin.
The monument is on O'Connell Street. You don’t have to look for it at all. Come here to take a look at the tallest "building" in Dublin-the Minaret. Is it something like Monkey King's golden hoop? !
Established in 1882.
The O'Connell Monument was built to commemorate the Irish national leader Daniel O'Connell in the 19th century, and the streets here are named after him. The monument stands at the crossroads of the bustling O'Connell Avenue. Pedestrians crossing the street hurried past him. There are also tourists standing and sitting at the foot of the monument, as well as pigeons standing above him from time to time. The minaret can be seen from a distance. The monument is very tall, the sculpture is very good, and it is an attraction worthy of attention. As tourists, of course we take pictures and group photos.
The O'Connell Monument on the streets of Dublin, located at the end of O'Connell Street, is one of the most important sculptures in Dublin. It has stood here for more than 100. It is a monument erected to commemorate O'Connell, the great leader of Ireland. The characterization is very vivid, majestic and friendly.