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Viking long-ship memorial to Dublin’s heritage

This is a unique sculpture, which to me resembles the skeleton or rib of a Viking long-ship and... read more

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Braco VIking

This is the Viking Longboat that is displayed on the Essex Quay south of the River Liffey. This... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
dgbg100106
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Odenton, Maryland
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is a unique sculpture, which to me resembles the skeleton or rib of a Viking long-ship and benches for sitting. The remains of a Viking long-ship was discovered when an archaeological investigation was being conducted in connection with the proposed construction of civic offices...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is the Viking Longboat that is displayed on the Essex Quay south of the River Liffey. This is an interesting piece of art representing the Viking's in Ireland, I would not recommend going in search of this, but if you walk by it stop...More

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Reviewed May 25, 2018

A marvellous piece of public art, it evokes the powerful Vikings and their founding of the city around the mid 9th century. A longboat was discovered at the adjacent Wood Quay during archaeological digs prior to building of the Civic Offices. We have long lamented...More

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