City In Neighbouring Rep Of Ireland
(Baile Atha Cliath)
A short distance south of the city centre sits St Stephens Green, formerly a common land first enclosed in 1663.
The gardens (22 acres-9ha), a beautiful combination of water, flower beds and lawn, was laid in 1880 by Lord Ardilaun, whose statue is situated on the west side of the green.
A bronze sculpture by Henry Moore was erected in memory of poet W.B. Yeats in 1967
A view of the north-west gateway, St. Stephen's Green.
On the inside-top of the arch-way names of those who died in the Boer war are listed.
This photo shows some names that are visible on the right hand side of the arch
The water fountain in the central area of the green
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