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  O'Connell St
Ireland's widest and premier street is lined in the middle with statues commemorating many Irish Heroes, not least of all the monument to Daniel O'Connell - 'The Liberator', after whom the street is named, Parnell - the great patriot and Big Jim Larkin - the labour leader and the most recent addition - the Spire of Dublin. O'Connell Street is the hub of a bustling city centre shopping precinct.
Stop 2 - Abbey Street
  General Post Office - O'Connell St
The General Post Office - always referred to as the G.P.O. - was the headquarters of 'The Rising' in 1916. The interior was destroyed when the British shelled the building. The G.P.O. is easily distinguished by its impressive Graeco-Roman style portico supported by six Ionic columns.

Open daily - Admission Free.
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