Every day for a week in Dublin, you can see this steeple, which is also called the Light Pillar, the steeple, the Needle of the Sea God, etc. The local people call it The Spire. It's better to think about the name of the steeple or the sea god needle. Blessing Dublin. The most spectacular is the circular hall on the roof of Guinness Store House in the Guinness Winery, surrounded by glass that gives a 360-degree bird's-eye view of Dublin, with a complete view of the steeple. On the O'Cornell Bridge on the Liffey River, the sculpture of O'Cornell, the national hero, and the steeple come into view together. Crossing the bridge is O'Connor Street. The minaret is very close to the old post office, where the Easter uprising took place 100 years ago. It can be taken together. With the steeple as the center, on both sides is Dublin's famous pedestrian street, tourists like knitting. Below the steeple is the best MEETING POINT. Team tourists will never leave. The minaret, which was born in 2003, is amazing for its uniqueness. According to the data, it is the highest outdoor sculpture in the world. The steeple, concise and modern in style, is magnificent and rigid, and shows great charm under the sunlight mapping. It's difficult to take a picture of the whole body of the steeple. It works well at the bottom.
The steeple of Dublin is the largest and tallest building in the city. Every time it passes, it seems to be photographed. When the weather is clear, many tourists or locals will pass through it, because it belongs to the center of the city, shopping malls, bars, restaurants, cafes and everything. I like it very much. The spire is 121.2 meters high. It's one of the best buildings in Dublin.
Free, very busy, a lot of tourists. The landmark building. There are many shops beside.
The minaret of Dublin, Ireland, also known as the Bright Monument, was built in 2003 with a base diameter of 3 meters and a top diameter of 15 centimeters. It is the highest outdoor sculpture in the world. It is like a huge lightning rod, standing on the streets of Dublin, it seems very strange.
The official name of the Dublin spire is the Monument to the Light, located on O'Connell Street in Dublin, Ireland. This stainless steel spire, 121.2 meters high, was built in 2002 and completed in 2003. It has become the latest landmark of Dublin, attracting every visitor here. The steeple, like a sea god needle, goes straight into the sky, fully demonstrating modern elements. From a distance, the steeple is sharp and straight into the sky. The sun shines on the stainless steel steeple, which is full of pure strength and beauty. When I first saw it, I didn't know what the long pillar was, but later I knew it was a monument. When we went, O'Cornell Street was being renovated and disorderly, but the monument was still very conspicuous and could be seen at a glance.
Dublin's minaret, originally known as the Bright Monument, stands on O'Connor Street and is very striking from a distance. This 100-meter-high steel column was built in 2004. At night, the whole tower will light up as if it were guiding the way of light in the dark. It is the most prominent landmark in Dublin.
The steeple of Dublin is the most prominent landmark in Dublin. The stainless steel steeple is 120 meters high. It is the highest outdoor sculpture in the world. You can see the steeple from a distance. At night, the steeple is turned into a bright lighthouse under the upward light of the base.