Molly Malone is a famous statue in Dublin street, he was the great mother of the Holocaust period, he lived on his hands to support the family of four children, became the symbol of the Irish people indomitable self-reliance, is the Irish people very respectful people.
The statue is also one of the tourist's punching-ins, and it is said that the statue of the woman, her image and her state is a Dubliner's former image, but the carving is quite good.
The statue of Molly Malone, a common farm girl who, during the famine in Europe, raised four or five people in her family with her hands, symbolizes the spirit of the period, represents self-reliance and self-reliance. The Irish erected the statue to commemorate him and is now one of the most important landmarks in Dublin.
A typical farm woman, she used to work as a single person to support her family, raise many of her children and die from overwork during the Irish famine. The statue, built to commemorate the hardworking mother, is now one of Dublin's icons.
Can’t go to Dublin without taking a photo with Molly Malone. You also better sing her song while posing for your next insta pic.
Fun statue. You will find lots of people posing with her. Easy to find in the Temple Bar area.
Great photo opportunity to pose with Molly. If you know the song, you will start singing!