The O'Cornell Monument was built in memory of Daniel O'Cornell, the 19th century Irish national leader, whose street was named after him. The monument stands at the intersection of the busy O'Connell Avenue, where pedestrians rush past him, as well as visitors standing and sitting at the foot of the monument, and pigeons standing on top of him from time to time. The steeple can also be seen far away. The monument is very tall and the sculpture is very good. It is worth paying attention to. As tourists, of course, we take photos and take photos.
The O'Cornell Monument on the streets of Dublin, located at the end of O'Cornell Street, is one of the most important sculptures in Dublin. It has stood here for more than 100 years. It is a monument in memory of O'Connell, the great leader of Ireland. The characters are vivid, dignified and affinity.
Daniel O'Connell, the national leader of Ireland, is an exquisite statue. There are many people on this side of the busy commercial street. There are some street performers performing. It is also very busy. As a scenic spot, you can go there without special attention.
Just in front of the Dublin spire, it's easy to find. Many people take pictures here. The main road in Dublin is named after him.
Established in 1882.