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The Triumphal Arch was originally built in 1813 and was used as an entrance to the Custom House, located just 2 minutes west along the river. Today it stands opposite the entrance to EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum in The chq Building, and beside...more
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Custom House Quay | North Dock, Dublin D01 KX44, Ireland
This structure is a Triumphal Arch, but not particularly impressive. This arch is dedicated to Pat O’Shea for service to community development. It's so small compared to all other Triumphal Arches around the world, I did wonder if this was in fact a joke. The...More
It was wonderful and surprising to come across this fine architectural design, right in the city centre. It has an interesting back story.
Originally built at the Custom House Quay in 1813 it acted as the formal entrance to the quays. It honoured the expected...More