Oscar Wilde Statue  in Merrion Square, Dublin   Had my photo taken here in 2004 "the fag on the crag", the queen with the leer", "the quare on the square"

Oscar Wilde Statue in Merrion Square, Dublin Had my photo taken here in 2004 "the fag on the crag", the queen with the leer", "the quare on the square"

Photograph taken from Bachelors walk of O'Connell Street Bridge c1910, the Carlisle Building with a radio mast was destroyed by shelling during the 1916 Easter Rising & is visible to the left across the bridge.

Photograph taken from Bachelors walk of O'Connell Street Bridge the Carlisle Building with a radio mast was destroyed by shelling during the 1916 Easter Rising & is visible to the left across the bridge.

Dublin early 1900s. The photographer could possibly be standing at the junction of Little Britain Street and Campbells Court looking toward Capel Street

Dublin early The photographer could possibly be standing at the junction of Little Britain Street and Campbells Court looking toward Capel Street

Mary Street Cinema," The Maro",  Dublin 1950s

Mary Street Cinema," The Maro", Dublin 1950s

1916,Bachelors Walk/O Connell st. See the bullet holes

Corner of Bachelors Walk and O'Connell St. Note the bullet holes

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Dublin 1916 Then Now – Pictures from the 1916 Rising

GS013 Forte Mayfair Cafe, old Dublin

Forte Mayfair Cafe and Saxone shoe shop, O'Connell Street, 1963

Destruction in Dublin following the 1916 Easter Rising  This picture I picked for a very different reason than the others.  First of all, it's less than 100 years old, but also it's a topic I'm not as familiar with, but would like to learn more about.  There's always something more to learn, no matter how much you have always learned.

First world war: Archive reports on the 1916 Easter Rising in Ireland

April The Easter Rising begins in Dublin. Irish nationalists seized official buildings and began calling on the Irish people to resist British rule.

1901 - Dublin Bread Company, O'Connell street., Dublin.

, Dublin - Architecture of Dublin City, Lost Buildings of Ireland - Archiseek - Irish Architecture

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