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dc.contributor.authorFewer, Michaelen_IE
dc.coverage.temporal3rd February 2011en_IE
dc.identifier.otherwm_The GPO (1).jpg
dc.descriptionView of the front elevation of the General Post Office (G.P.O.), O'Connell Street, Dublin. Originally built by Francis Johnston (1814-18), then rebuilt after its destruction in 1916 by the Office of Public Works, under a design team led by T.J. Byrne. Visible are replacement casts of Edward Smyth's pediment statues of (l-r) Mercury, Hibernia and Fidelity (originals damaged in 1916). Greek ionic hexastyle portico in Portland stone.en_IE
dc.subjectO'Connell Streeten_IE
dc.subjectDublin busen_IE
dc.titleView of General Post Office, O'Connell Street, Dublinen_IE
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