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The Children of Lir statue is the highlight and it is a restful place to sit. Some modernisation has taken place to improve access but to be honest, this could be a lot more than it is and there is a giant unused piece of...More
This was our second visit to Dublin and I definitely wanted to go back to the Garden of Remembrance. It helps if you know a little about the struggles of Ireland over last few hundreds of years, but I believe the design and location are...More
While walking south on Parnell Square on our way elsewhere, we saw this park on our right and out of curiosity, stopped in. It's the Garden of Remembrance, a dignified sunken garden with a large cross-shaped reflecting pool at the head of which on a...More
I have never stopped here before on my many visits to Dublin but I was headed to Hugh Lane Gallery across the street and the Garden basically pulls you in. It is a gorgeous creation of water and mosaic. Very dignified and beautiful. A must...More
Went here with our Globus tour. We would probably have missed this beautiful site on our own, but we are so glad the guide stopped here. All countries have serene places where folks can go to remember those who fought for our freedoms and this...More