Monuments & Follies

The Molly Malone Statue, Dublin City 1988

2019-06-26T05:49:24+00:00

The Tart with the Cart, The Dish with the Fish & The Trollop with the Scallops The Molly Malone Statue was designed by Jeanne Rynhart and based on a popular song of a [...]

The Molly Malone Statue, Dublin City 19882019-06-26T05:49:24+00:00

The German Military Cemetery, Glencree. County Wicklow

2019-06-26T05:58:00+00:00

134 bodies of the German Luftwaffe lie here This cemetery was originally a quarry owned by Lord Powerscourt to supply the nearby military barracks of Glencree. Although Ireland positioned itself neutral during the [...]

The German Military Cemetery, Glencree. County Wicklow2019-06-26T05:58:00+00:00

The Treaty Stone, Thomond Bridge. Limerick City 1865

2019-06-27T11:57:23+00:00

A battle, A siege, A truce & The Flight of the Wild Geese After the Battle of the Boyne in 1690 the remainder of James II's defeated army retired to Limerick under the [...]

The Treaty Stone, Thomond Bridge. Limerick City 18652019-06-27T11:57:23+00:00

Scrabo Tower, Newtownards. County Down 1859

2019-06-28T17:10:04+00:00

One of Northern Ireland's most famous landmarks Scrabo Tower stands majestically 125-feet high on a hill 540-feet above sea level and is one of Northern Ireland’s most famous landmarks. The site was originally [...]

Scrabo Tower, Newtownards. County Down 18592019-06-28T17:10:04+00:00

Conolly’s Folly, Celbridge, County Kildare 1742

2019-06-28T17:14:39+00:00

A unique odd looking structure & The emblem of the Irish Georgian Society This strange looking structure was built in 1742 and is known as 'Conolly's Folly' or ‘Conolly’s Obelisk’. It stands 140-feet [...]

Conolly’s Folly, Celbridge, County Kildare 17422019-06-28T17:14:39+00:00