As you walk up this main thoroughfare, one of the widest in Europe, you’ll be getting a glimpse at the setting for Dublin’s defining moments. A grand tableau of monuments and buildings tell the story of Ireland’s fight for independence. At the very southern end of the street, a statue commemorates Daniel O’Connell, a 19th-century political leader who waged a non-violent struggle for Catholic equality. The stately General Post Office, on your left as you walk north, was used as a staging ground for rebel forces during the Easter Rising of 1916. You’ll also find the tallest sculpture in the world here: the Spire of Dublin tapers gracefully upwards toward a 400-foot sky-scraping pinpoint.
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