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It's visible from just about everywhere in the city. While I don't understand art or what makes it art, I do acknowledge that it's trying to be a center of attraction.
My advice, don't go skydiving anywhere near.
Standing high up and can be seen at a distance, when buildings ain’t in the way. Was a really useful reference point for us, to get from our hotel to the main shopping part of Dublin and back to our hotel.
An interesting piece of art work. Would have liked to see some explanation of it. The locals laughed and said it was a phallic symbol. It was certainly better than the so called art work we can put up in Calgary Alberta.
Until the 1960s Nelson's Pillar was the heart of Dublin, a meeting point for people only rivalled, perhaps, by Clery's Clock. Sadly it was blown up in 1966. An open competition was held to find something to replace it - the result was this enormous...More
Stop to take a look if you are passing but I wouldn't recommend making a special trip for it
it is a tall stainless steel spike, located just out side the GPO building, take a photo and enjoy the more historic post office.