The spire dublin

The Spire of Dublin, also known as the Monument of Light (Irish: An Túr Solais)

The Spire of Dublin, also known as the Monument of Light (Irish: An Túr Solais).I like to think of it as a pen, mightier than a sword.

The Spire: the long-discussed and controversial replacement for Nelson's Pillar, completed in 2003. Height 120m (the persepctive in this photo makes it look shorter than it really is. Compare the other photo of it on this board.)

Spire of Dublin: Type- Monument, sculpture Location- Dublin, Ireland Construction Started- 2002 Completed- 21 January 2003 Height- Antenna spire- m ft) Architect- Ian Ritchie Architects

http://haben-sie-das-gewusst.blogspot.com/2012/07/irland-insel-lebendiger-mystik.html  Spire, in Dublin.

The Spire of Dublin (officially An Túr Solais - Monument of Light), Dublin, Ireland

The Spire - Dublin, Ireland

The Spire - Dublin, Ireland, this was for the millennium, but wasn't put up until 2003

tegtman: The Spire of Dublin, Dublin, Ireland; September, 2013 -

Spire of Dublin / Monument of Light - Dublin, Ireland / 2003 / Ian Ritchie

The Spire of Dublin [1080x1690]

The Spire of Dublin [1080x1690]

The Spire of Dublin, or called the Monument of Light is a large and impressive monument which measures 121.2 metres (398 ft) in height, located on the site of the former Nelson Pillar on the famous street O’Connell Street. The build of the spire was finished in January 2003

The Spire of Dublin, or called the Monument of Light is a large and impressive monument which measures 121.2 metres (398 ft) in height, located on the site of the former Nelson Pillar on the famous street O’Connell Street. The build of the spire was finished in January 2003

Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland -- so relaxing and peaceful city.  Plenty of liquid sunshine daily!!!

Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland -- my favourite city by far! We stayed at the Temple Bar Hotel, with a little grocery store across the street. It's lively on Temple Bar. There's all sorts of pubs filled with live music and people talking.

The Spire of Dublin, also known as the Monument of Light, was installed in 2003 and has since become a symbol of the Irish capital. (Photograph by National Geographic Image Collection/Alamy Stock Photo)

Claudia Rodríguez lives to explore Dublin—and to share her insider intel on Spotted By Locals. Here are a few of her favorite things about the city she’s been proud to call home for the past …

The Spire, or the Monument of Light, slices through the skyline at the center of O’Connell Street, Dublin city’s main thoroughfare.

Dublin: a breath of fresh air

The Spire, or the Monument of Light, slices through the skyline at the center of O’Connell Street, Dublin city’s main thoroughfare.

The Spire of Dublin, on O'Connell Street in central Dublin, Ireland, is also called the Monument of Light. A beacon at the top sweeps the night sky.

PHOTO: The Spire of Dublin, on O'Connell Street

The Spire of Dublin, on O'Connell Street in central Dublin, Ireland, is also called the Monument of Light. A beacon at the top sweeps the night sky.

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In the centre of Dublins main thoroughfare, the looms over the city standing at 120 metres high

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