James Joyce was a famous Irish author. There's a statue of him just off O'Connell Street. But except of him there is not a lot of things to see around.
Near the nearest place in the city center, standing in the bustling commercial street, watching people coming and going, observing the lives of Berliners.
Next to the "big pillar" is the particularly famous sculpture of Joyce. With people coming and going, this slightly playful sculpture is very subtle, and the writer seems to have seen the world long ago.
One of the most famous statues of James Joyce is not in a park, but in North Earl Street in the center of the city where it blends with passersby.
I can't wait to plug in a pair of wings and fly over there immediately. The live version is still shocking and really beautiful.