Worth a visit even in the rain. There was a carnival visiting on this saint Patrick's weekend. Wet but still nice to see.
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Its a landmark in Galway. I love it. It cannot be missed and is a great spot on a sunny day where one can sit and people watch until its time for lunch.
Where you will enjoy the beauty of Eyre Square and the fantastic City of Culture explore before 2020 and after....
Actually it's suppose to represent the coat of arms of the city of Galway, and the long tradition of sailing trade in and out of the city in days of old! Sitting in the middle of the cities Eyre Square, this rusty sculpture is surrounded by lots of students, down and outs, commuters and me, a visitor to this fine... More
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