The Famine Statue in Dublin is located on the east bank of the River Liffey. It records a very difficult and dark history of Ireland. In the great famine that swept Europe more than 100 years ago, Ireland did not avoid it, and a large number of famineers were on the streets. And this main statue is a profound reflection of the situation at that time, and it is lifelike, allowing people to feel the pain of the people at that time today, and let everyone cherish this beautiful and peaceful era.
This is a group of statues next to the Riverside Avenue, depicting the image of the Great Famine in Europe at that time. How desperate the people at that time were, you can see from their facial expressions and thin body, they are very vivid and shocking.
The Famine Statue is located on the Liffey River in Dublin to commemorate the Great Famine in Ireland in the 1930s. The depiction of the statue is very realistic, and at first glance it feels a strong shock to the soul, and feels sympathy and regret for the people who died in that famine.
The famine statue in Dublin, on the River Liffey, is a group of people who lived during the Irish famine more than 100 years ago. The statues are delicate, from the statues face, can fully feel the people's suffering, people can not help but celebrate their lives in this beautiful era, education is very profound.
Neat sculpture by Donny MacManus. It arrived at this spot on February 10, 2000.
This statue is on the bank of the Liffey River, near the Connolly train station. It is a group of statues reflecting the period of the Great Famine, which is very shocking.