Daniel O'Connell Statue
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Daniel O'Connell Statue information
O'Connell St is lined with statues of Irish history's good and great. The big daddy of them all is the 'Liberator' himself, Daniel O'Connell, whose massive bronze bulk soars high above the street at the bridge end. The four winged figures at his feet represent O'Connell's supposed virtues: patriotism, courage, fidelity and eloquence.