Irish Post Office. Symbol of Irish Freedom in Dublin. There is a museum. On Easter Sunday, 1916, Patrick Pearse stood on its steps and read a proclamation declaring a free Irish Republic, which began, "In every generation the Irish people have asserted their right to national freedom and sovereignty." touching the bullet holes in the walls out front
GPO (General Post Office) Dublin, Ireland: Built in 1814 and sited in the centre of Dublin's main thoroughfare - O'Connell Street, the General Post Office was designed by Francis Johnston. Originally the building was faced by Nelson's Column which was blown up in the 1960s. This has now been replaced by the Dublin Spire.
The General Post Office on O'Connell Street in Dublin, Ireland. I know it's silly to look at a post office, and you don't have to go in... but the GPO is a cool building and a big landmark. @Carly Keiser #placescarlyneedstosee