Nelson's Pillar, and the General Post Office, O'Connell Street, Dublin, Ireland
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JOHN HINDE ORIGINAL 1 O'CONNELL STREET. Dublin, capital of Ireland, was founded by Viking pirates over a thousand years ago. The lovely city stands at the foot of the Wicklow Mountains, facing Dublin Bay, and is famous for its magnificent Georgian architecture and spacious streets. O'Connell Street, the main thoroughfare, crosses the River Liffey by O'Connell Bridge. The Building on the left is the General Post Office and, with typical Irish contrariness, the street is dominated by the great pillar on which stands a statue of Lord Nelson. No. 2/28 Lithographed and Published by John Hinde at Dalkey, Co. Dublin, Eire.